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

https://www.wkstats.com/#charts.freq

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

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-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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