does this show the error percentage in reviews per level?
Im not sure if you care anymore, however the connection certificate has expired and firefox can no longer connect to the web app. You can still connect through other services, in case anyone was wondering. I only just realized that this was brought up just above anyways.
This was one of my favorite 3rd party tools.
However the original author is at level 11. I don’t know what level the author was when this was original posted, but I think unfortunately, it’s likely that the author has stopped using WK.
You’re basically asking a question that only OP can answer, and since (as you correctly observed) OP is no longer around, nobody can answer your question.
Yeah, I knew that when I posted the question but decided to at least try to be the optimist in the family.
That said, WK has OP’s personal email address. It’s a stretch, and maybe a borderline use of that email, or maybe the email is unmonitored, but WK could reach out to OP and say there’s interest in the community should OP wish to release the source.
There’s a Python version that collects it into a spreadsheet (usable for graph-making of course). It’s open-source so a website could be made with that if it were ever needed…
Does not register resets.
Not an unsolvable problem… I might take a look at it
I just saw your comment as I read through this thread. If you still have interest in this web app I made something similar which is still work in progress!
Here is the link to the WK History Timemachine
I did not intend this to sound like a work offer You can also just enjoy the web app. (Now it sounds like self advertising… although it kinda is. But there aren’t private messages, sooo this thread has to do as a way of contacting you.)
Awesome app, works great already, thank you for making it!
Only minor issue I found was that the download PNG feature doesn’t work well in dark mode.
Glad you like it!
Thank you for reporting it. Going to look into that one!
Probably that the graph is for Kanji, whereas the dashboard numbers are kanji, vocab and radicals combined? Not 100% sure, but looks like that!
That is correct. I know it’s kind of misleading but I find it more sensible to only use the Kanji data. I also tried to show it by putting “Kanji” in the title:
I see. I was missing something.
I think the original showed all items in the graph and only kanji below the graph which is why my expectations got me confused.
That makes sense, but I’d request an option to show full item distribution.