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Google Documents - Links to Resources

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Seeing how versatile Google Documents appears, I'd thought I'd post links to non-copyright material I have on there. I'll top post non-copyright links by others if you wish.

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Khatsuo's Sticky Thread on lists/spreadsheets he's contribute http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...0#pid43560

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Here are two file derived from the Kanken file posted on another thread. It's split in two. One has kanji with Heisig info added. The other are the other kanji not listed in RTK1 or 3. I used these for importing into anki and really like the set-up. In addition, the kunyomi column has a marker in the kana to tell where the actual kunyomi ends, but gives you a pseudo Japanese keyword(s) to work with.

Kanken with Heisig Entries
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=r...wWIz3pTkzQ

Kanken without Heisig Entries
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=r...-PnkI28T4Q

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iKnow Japanese Common Core (note: has audio and picture file names derived from Anki's streaming plug-in for iKnow. Just use Anki to strip files, then copy to folder you use for this spreadsheet).

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p...NpJA&hl=en

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iKnow Japanese Core 6000. The audio file is from the Rapidshare link posted in the iKnow thread.

Part 1 - Steps 01-08
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=r...9VJl80DG9Q

Part 2 - Steps 09-12
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=r...1J6lL_Afvg

In addition, Page 2 Post #42 of this thread has links to Core 2k and 6k texts with Anki converted audio file names in addition to a link to the audio file thread.

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Tae Kim's Guide to Japanese (note: the last column should be useful as it tells the purpose of the sentence). May have some errors.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p...HsWw&hl=en


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Last year someone posted a document associated with Tanuki. Assuming it's still legit to use, here's a simplified version of that document. It lists: Kanji, OnYomi, KunYomi, Japanese Word (kana and kanji), Japanese Definition (kana and kanji), Japanese Example Sentence (kana and kanji).

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p...WNMA&hl=en

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Word Frequency List generated by a company that scanned 250 million Japanese words on the internet. It was edited to remove special characters and single kana

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p...eOM3HjShAg
Edited: 2010-01-14, 11:17 am
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#2
Awesome stuff, thanks Big Grin
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#3
Woah that's excellent, thanks a lot nukemarine.
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#4
Nukemarine, you should twitter with us Big Grin
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#5
Thank you for the links! They're really useful!
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#6
Where's Katsuo? This sounds like his sort of deal.
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#7
Dustin_Calgary Wrote:Nukemarine, you should twitter with us Big Grin
Agree's Big Grin
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#8
This is amazing, thank you so much!

(yes, it's me, stoked. my second account for the study section)

edit: this should be a sticky!
Edited: 2009-01-16, 6:17 am
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#9
I don't need any of this atm, but great job!!
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#10
Already grabbed the iKnow one when it was posted in the iKnow thread. I may look into the "advanced topics" part of Tae Kim's grammar.
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#11
This is great thankyou for puting it up.
The sound field in the tae kim one, do they exist?
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#12
oggthegoblin Wrote:This is great thankyou for puting it up.
The sound field in the tae kim one, do they exist?
No, probably planned for TTS or something like that.
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#13
I don't know if it's the right place or something that's already been said before, but it looks like Anki now supports shared decks too. To me this sounds like a great alternative to google docs for these big sentence-collecting distributed efforts you are managing.
It would let you start reviewing immediately, and every day you'd find new cards added by other people.
Am I wrong? I haven't tried that feature yet, so i may have misunderstood how it works.
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#14
just a quick error i saw on the first part of the tae kim sentences.

Basic Grammar, line 12, in kanji says "the test is today". 今日は試験だ。
in kana, it says "the test is tomorrow". あしたはしけんだ。
あした should be  きょう

either way, this is an awesome resource! thanks so much.
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#15
Very good Nukemarine!
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#16
Is it possible to import these files into Anki?
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#17
Added a spreadsheet of the Tanuki sentences from last year.
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#18
p02115150 Wrote:Is it possible to import these files into Anki?
Click file -> export and choose txt or csv. Go into anki setup a deck according to the sheet. Go to import with anki and import the saved txt or csv file you made.
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#19
Nukemarine, thanks a lot, not just for the files but for the tip on how to use Google Docs-very helpful.
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#20
Hi. I just read a post at Mashable about "5 ways to colaborate on documents online in real time" and thought that it would be useful for anyone trying to use this kind of application. I personally like Zoho much more than Google docs because it has a much better interface, better sharing options and a chat integrated so you can edit documents and talk with other people doing the same in real time. Besides, you can log into Zoho using your Google Id, so if you can use Google Docs, you have all you need to use Zoho.

Enjoy.
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#21
Nukemarine Wrote:iKnow Japanese Common Core (note: has audio and picture file names derived from Anki's streaming plug-in for iKnow. Just use Anki to strip files, then copy to folder you use for this spreadsheet).

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p...NpJA&hl=en
the following lines look like they've suffered from an overzealous find/replace:

Japanese Core 2000 Step 02 - 097
Japanese Core 2000 Step 02 - 098
Japanese Core 2000 Step 02 - 189
Japanese Core 2000 Step 4 - 180

and these have kana in the English sentence field:

Japanese Core 2000 Step 01 - 028
Japanese Core 2000 Step 7 - 113
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#22
kazelee Wrote:
p02115150 Wrote:Is it possible to import these files into Anki?
Click file -> export and choose txt or csv. Go into anki setup a deck according to the sheet. Go to import with anki and import the saved txt or csv file you made.
Hi all,

I am a newbie both to japanese learning and anki. Thanks for the excellent tips. I tried to export the file both as txt and csv. It seems that the field separation is coma while anki is looking for a tab or semicoma.

Kazelee, I don't exactly know how to set up a deck with anki. Help???

Thanks ...

Michuco
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#23
ibmichuco Wrote:I tried to export the file both as txt and csv. It seems that the field separation is coma while anki is looking for a tab or semicoma.
export as txt is tab delimited
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cangy Wrote:
ibmichuco Wrote:I tried to export the file both as txt and csv. It seems that the field separation is coma while anki is looking for a tab or semicoma.
export as txt is tab delimited
Thanks Cangy,

You're right. It's one of the quirk of Firefox. I have managed to save the file with cut and paste. Now I have another problem that assumingly due to Kubuntu's ANKI. Sigh.

Michuco
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ibmichuco Wrote:You're right. It's one of the quirk of Firefox. I have managed to save the file with cut and paste. Now I have another problem that assumingly due to Kubuntu's ANKI. Sigh.

Michuco
save as plain text works for me (firefox on debian). I guess it's ok to just share the deck (sans images and maybe audio) on the anki site?
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