Any exactly wanikani like SRS software?


#1

I know there are many SRS softwares. But I really like the way wanikani does. I also know there are Hou Hou. But it asks for “meaning” and “reading” answers aswell. Is there a SRS that is a middle term between hou hou and anki? I mean, like anki, but the software will only show me more itens when I prove I understood the previous ones. Or maybe an Anki setting that make ir closer to wani kani? I would like that so I can study the 6k kana vocab deck with the wanikani method. Any suggestion?


#2

The wanikani system makes sense because kanji are based on radicals and vocabulary is based on kanji. It doesn’t make sense for a deck where there is no natural dependency between items. If you just want to limit the number of new items, in anki you can set the daily number of new items to zero and then select custom study whenever you feel like you are ready to add more.


#3
Noodles said... The wanikani system makes sense because kanji are based on radicals and vocabulary is based on kanji. It doesn't make sense for a deck where there is no natural dependency between items. If you just want to limit the number of new items, in anki you can set the daily number of new items to zero and then select custom study whenever you feel like you are ready to add more.
 I see, Noodles. Thanks for that! 

#4

It’s also possible to customize the Anki intervals to match those of WaniKani.


#5

You can also import a deck into Houhou and set it to give you a certain number of new items per day. As Noodles said, there’s no need to prove you know one vocab item before learning another, but you could pace it so that Houhou gives you 10 new items a day, at which rate you’d finish the core 6k in a year and a half.