What is Progress Percentages
This script calculates how many percent you have learned of the kanji on each JLPT level, Joyo grade, Frequency bracket, and various other sources, then displays this on the dashboard.
It is similar to the charts on @rfindley’s stats site, which is where I got the idea, but differs from it in that it calculates the percentage based on the kanji you have learned rather than the kanji you should have learned after each level.
There are also hover tooltips that tell you exactly how many of the source’s kanji you have learned.
There are two settings for this script; the first of which is whether the percentages should only include each stage’s kanji, or if it should be a cumulative percentage. Cumulative percentages would mean that N3 shows the percentage of all kanji known for N3, N4, and N5 put together.
The second setting is the what should be considered learned. The default here is Apprentice 1, meaning you just have to do the lesson for the item, but you can go so far as to choose burned if you prefer.
- I assume you are familiar with the JLPT levels N5-N1.
- Joyo kanji are the kanji that Japanese children learn in school. G1 stands for grade 1.
- F1-F5 indicate your progress based on the frequency of kanji. F1 are the 500 most frequent kanji, F5 are the 2001-2500 most frequent kanji.
- NHK refers to NHK Easy News
- News refers to various online news
- Aozora refers to Aozora Bunko fiction books
- Twitter I assume you are familiar with
- Wikipedia you should also be familiar with
Sources for lists of kanji
You need to have Wanikani Open Framework installed for this script to run. Make sure that it is installed properly and is running first of all scripts.
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