Please help me test my stats site


#1

Hi!

I wanted to start a personal project, and was inspired by rfindy’s site: https://www.wkstats.com/. So, I wanted to see if I could make my own implementation of it. It’s still pretty rough, but I want to see if a couple other people could use and give their impressions or see if they run into any bugs/issue due to different data. The link is here: http://dataxerik.pythonanywhere.com/wanikani/

Here are screenshots of it:






#2

Just used it - I like the Comparison page :slight_smile:


#3

Try contacting @rfindley himself and see if he can maybe give you some tips. Like, maybe he can let you see the coding or something similar. (I don’t know much about websites)


#4

Sorry for the length, as well as the likely high ratio to criticisms versus praises. I personally find criticism much more useful and desirable than praise, so my feedback towards others tend to mirror that. Essentially, assume anything I don’t mention was good. :wink: I’ll go in order from what I noticed.

Home Page

  1. “Is the Estimated Level In” simply not set up yet? Both in your screenshot and on my page, it is blank.

  2. What is the purpose of the horizontal line going across the WaniKani Level graph? It appears to be around 15 on your screenshot, though it is in a different location on mine.

  3. “Time Spent in Days” is too high up on my page, overlapping with the horizontal “Average Time.” To be precise, the “m” of “Time” is inside the “A” of Average. In addition, the top half of the “T” in “Time” is cut off.

  4. When the levels reach 二十一, the top line of 二 is pushed upward underneath of the graph, making the number appear to be 一十一.

Comparison Page

  1. The text and background colors for what I assume is above 75% and below 95% (the entries I had in this color were at 82.55%, 88.40%, and 94.00% make the text very difficult for me to read. I am color deficient, so this may not be a problem for others, but I wanted to point it out. The color for numbers below 50% could be problematic too, but, since the percentage is located above the “liquid,” it is still very easy to see. 50% to what I believe is 75% is also easy for me to see, so no problems there.

Charts Page

  1. I appreciate greatly the color scheme you decided to use for the charts page. The WKStats charts use a close variety of blues or purples, making it very difficult for me to distinguish between apprentice, guru, and master items without filtering. Your color choice makes it much clear for me.

That’s all I have to note for now. Hope this was helpful!


#5

Hey there, very useful tool!

I did check out my stats but something seems off in the charts. I am only on level 4, if that affects your script in terms of scarce data points.

[quote=“Partholingo, post:5, topic:27686, full:true”]
Hey there, very useful tool!

I did check out my stats but something seems off in the charts. I am only on level 4, if that affects your script in terms of scarce data points.

1] The days are not converting from hours and the minutes symbol is not present.

2] It seems the hours also include two decimal places but the ‘.’ is missing, it was confusing at first because some only have 1 decimal place whereas some others have 2.

Here is the screenshot:


3] EiriMatsu said:

I am color deficient, so this may not be a problem for others, but I wanted to point it out.

Just to put in my two [three?] cents in regards to color-blindness. It’s always fascinated me because 4 out of 7 of my mom’s brothers have/had it, thankfully it isn’t an issue for me [sorry to rub it in!]. There is a pretty cool tool to test how color-blind friendly a given scheme is. Google tells me that ‘Green weak’ or Deuteranomaly is the most common form.

I found this nifty site to simulate the different kinds:
http://www.color-blindness.com/coblis-color-blindness-simulator/

I am using the same image from above as an example, with the Dueteranomaly filter.

Hope this was helpful!


#6

Yup, I know of that site well to show friends. I have protanomaly, red-weak color deficiency. The color scheme used showed be of few problems to a deutan. As a protan, only the Comparison page caused me problems.


#7

What are you offering that is different from wkstats that requires a new website for besides UI?


#8

Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the site likes me very much, lol. I was able to log in with my API and it knows my name and review accuracy stats, but nothing else is showing up at all. I am using a Chrome browser on my laptop, though, if that has any impact.


#9

This can be considered a bug. After all, my level 1 is 3 years.

Also, for where I need to put in API key, you should say V1, and include this link: https://www.wanikani.com/settings/account