Wk2kanjiposter


#1

I’ve had a poster of kanji ordered by RTK order from kanjposter.com lying around. I’ve decided that I’d like to use it for marking my Wanikani progress. If you’re in similar situation, feel free to use the script - it’s here: http://github.com/yacoob/wk2kanjiposter . You need something that runs Python, and a bit of familiarity with it.

I run it every time I gain a level. I get this:
 

which allows me to do this:



#2

Looks awesome


#3

what exactly is the script showing there? I cant really work out what it means… =/


#4

The script grabs the list of kanji you know, and tell you where they are on the poster, so you can mark them. Red entries are entries new for this particular run. If you run the script exactly once per new level, you’ll get all positions for the new kanji. Of course if you run the script for the first time, everything will be red :slight_smile:


#5

My Japanese classroom had an awesome kanji poster, and now I want to get a similar one, but I couldn’t really find any - until now. The White Rabbit JLPT poster looks good, but I find it strange that they’ve put the readings under the whole list, and not next to the kanji. Oh well, not a big problem.

Thanks for the recommendation!


#6

Ludmor, take note that they’re now selling two different posters. The one that you’re talking about is larger, arranged differently (by JLPT level) and it’s not laminated. The script that I’ve posted above works with this poster: http://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/kanji-laminated-wall-poster.html


#7

I know, thanks! :slight_smile: I just thought that I would be frustrated about not seeing the readings as well.  Without readings, it is not that educational. For me at least. I could just open a random Japanese text (with rikaisama turned off), and feel bad about not knowing most of the kanji. :frowning:
If only the JLPT version was laminated!


#8
yacoob said... I've had a poster of kanji ordered by RTK order from kanjposter.com lying around. I've decided that I'd like to use it for marking my Wanikani progress. If you're in similar situation, feel free to use the script - it's here: http://github.com/yacoob/wk2kanjiposter . You need something that runs Python, and a bit of familiarity with it.

I run it every time I gain a level. I get this:
 

which allows me to do this:


 TACHIKOMAS!