Looking for a WK vocab distribution graph

I saw a graph a long time ago that depicted the vocab distribution in Wanikani. It showed common words become exponentially less common, and rarer words become exponentially more common. I’ve tried Google search but I think it must’ve been linked by a user here and never shared elsewhere, because I haven’t been able to find it :frowning:

I don’t remember seeing this, but rare kanji have the habit to appear in rare words :slight_smile:

It was probably graphing kanji rather than vocab come to think of it…

But I think there were 5 separate lines, showing N5 through N1.

Not a graph, but you can probably whack it into Excel and plot it yourself easily enough


Because I’m at work and has nothing better to do obviously

Note that it’s for Kanji, not vocab

EDIT: might as well add the JLPT one


-1 point for not titling your graphs :wink:

Seriously though, thank you! This is probably an even better way to display the data than what I was describing.

Or labelling the axes. :stuck_out_tongue:

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