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#26
(2015-09-25, 11:07 pm)kameden Wrote: 3353 Kanji

3459 (+106)
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#27
My kanjipeen is young, but still fertile, I think.

As of May 7th 2016:
Kanji statistics

The seen cards in this collection contain:
2709 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 252 of 641 (39.3%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 1 of 145 (0.6%).
320 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
Edited: 2016-05-07, 8:14 am
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#28
Just hit 3400 - seem to be picking up a lot lately, which is odd because I haven't read much besides the first konosuba LN.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3400 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 508 of 641 (79.3%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 13 of 145 (9.0%).
743 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#29
The 'peen reached another milestone today too, coincidentally ... after I added a few to break 3500  Rolleyes

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3501 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 532 of 641 (83.0%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 21 of 145 (14.5%).
812 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#30
Your kanjipeen is exemplary, anotherjohn. I'm nothing but an embarrassment in comparison.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3142 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 381 of 641 (59.4%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 3 of 145 (2.1%).
622 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
Edited: 2016-06-20, 12:08 am
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#31
Alright, time to update lil'peens as well.

Previous measurement was 2016-05-02

The seen cards in this collection contain:
1255 total unique kanji. +337
Old jouyou: 1157 of 1940 (59.6%). +309
New jouyou: 35 of 196 (17.9%). +10
Jinmeiyou (regular): 36 of 641 (5.6%). +8
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
27 non-jouyou kanji. +10
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 78  of 80  (97.5%). +2
Grade 2: 155 of 160 (96.9%). +13
Grade 3: 189 of 200 (94.5%). +35
Grade 4: 172 of 200 (86.0%). +54
Grade 5: 144 of 185 (77.8%). +60
Grade 6: 123 of 181 (68.0%). +39
JuniorHS: 296 of 934 (31.7%). +106
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#32
Guess I'm past my prime.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3154 total unique kanji. (+12)
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 387 of 641 (60.4%). (+6)
Jinmeiyou (variant): 4 of 145 (2.8%). (+1)
627 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#33
A rash of new cards this month has swollen the kanjipeen and made it a bit sore tbh

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3695 total unique kanji. +194
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 567 of 641 (88.5%). +35
Jinmeiyou (variant): 33 of 145 (22.8%). +12
959 non-jouyou kanji. +147
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#34
Update time! Seems like maybe I should be vocab mining from different material since the average new kanji/card is pretty low as you might infer from my recent statistics.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3189 total unique kanji. (+35)
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 394 of 641 (61.5%). (+7)
Jinmeiyou (variant): 4 of 145 (2.8%).
655 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#35
(2015-09-23, 4:51 pm)anotherjohn Wrote:
Raulsen Wrote:Is this supposed to be the innuendo I think it is?
Eh? No innuendo here.
We're all so used to Colbertesque irony these days that now it's getting hard to tell when people are being serious.
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#36
陰茎


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#37
Sure are a lot of kanji on that peen Exclamation

My old fella still gets some action from time to time  Angel

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3944 total unique kanji. +249
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 587 of 641 (91.6%). +20
Jinmeiyou (variant): 42 of 145 (29.0%). +9
1179 non-jouyou kanji. +220

Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#38
Alright, time to update lil'peens as well.

Previous measurement was 2016-06-20

The seen cards in this collection contain:
1465 total unique kanji. +210
Old jouyou: 1330 of 1940 (68.6%). +173
New jouyou: 45 of 196 (23.0%). +10
Jinmeiyou (regular): 45 of 641 (7.0%). +9
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
45 non-jouyou kanji. +18
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 78  of 80  (97.5%). +0
Grade 2: 158 of 160 (98.8%). +3
Grade 3: 195 of 200 (97.5%). +6
Grade 4: 183 of 200 (91.5%). +11
Grade 5: 170 of 185 (91.9%). +26
Grade 6: 144 of 181 (79.6%). +21
JuniorHS: 402 of 934 (43.0%). +106
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#39
Was lower than I expected, but then I realised this collection no longer has my Heisig deck in it.

Kanji statistics

The seen cards in this collection contain:
1870 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1611 of 1940 (83.0%).
New jouyou: 100 of 196 (51.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 94 of 641 (14.7%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
65 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 199 of 200 (99.5%).
Grade 4: 197 of 200 (98.5%).
Grade 5: 183 of 185 (98.9%).
Grade 6: 166 of 181 (91.7%).
JuniorHS: 626 of 934 (67.0%).
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#40
(2016-10-04, 4:23 am)NinKenDo Wrote: Was lower than I expected, but then I realised this collection no longer has my Heisig deck in it.

Rules?

The only rule I'd like to insist on is that you exclude any RTK or similar decks. The real measure of your Kanjipeen comes not from your isolated kanji cards, but vocab/sentence cards.


Without Heisig deck is the right way to do it.
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#41
I agree, Heisig shouldn't count. Smile
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#42
I decided to stop adding cards so much and go back to reviewing grammar to try and actually make sense of things I can read aloud now. Yep I'm a heathen.

Anyway, these will probably be the last change in my stats unless I decide to start adding again significantly. I am sure anotherjohn and etc. will carry on the torch for me.

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The seen cards in this collection contain:
3250 total unique kanji. (+61)
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 415 of 641 (64.7%). (+21)
Jinmeiyou (variant): 8 of 145 (5.5%). (+4)
691 non-jouyou kanji. (+36)
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).
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#43
(2016-10-04, 4:27 am)Robik Wrote:
(2016-10-04, 4:23 am)NinKenDo Wrote: Was lower than I expected, but then I realised this collection no longer has my Heisig deck in it.

Rules?

The only rule I'd like to insist on is that you exclude any RTK or similar decks. The real measure of your Kanjipeen comes not from your isolated kanji cards, but vocab/sentence cards.


Without Heisig deck is the right way to do it.

I realize this is an older conversation, but for those of you who keep track of Kanji in this way, would you include a kanji deck that involves reviewing all the readings you know? Or do you only count vocabulary/sentence type cards?

Curious, as I think I'd like to start tracking my own stats. I have both a Heisig deck (which I would exclude) and a different deck that I use to review kanji with all possible readings known to me.
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#44
(2016-10-04, 4:27 am)Robik Wrote:
(2016-10-04, 4:23 am)NinKenDo Wrote: Was lower than I expected, but then I realised this collection no longer has my Heisig deck in it.

Rules?

The only rule I'd like to insist on is that you exclude any RTK or similar decks. The real measure of your Kanjipeen comes not from your isolated kanji cards, but vocab/sentence cards.


Without Heisig deck is the right way to do it.

That's the exact opposite of how it should be done. RTK is the measure of how many kanji you can produce. Sentence cards are the measure of how many kanji you can vaguely recognize in highly specific contexts... and not even that because people often make sentence cards full of words not even being tested. The common Core 2K decks, for example, have full sentences as the expression but only test the individual words.
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#45
Although the Japanese support plugin is my lifeline and I always use it to generate readings, I've never paid that much attention to the Kanji Stats before.

I gather from looking at the plugin page that it currently (1) reads only from fields named "Expression" or "Kanji" and (2) can read either your entire collection, or only the deck you happen to be in. I gathered all my vocab/sentence decks into one master category (Master Japanese) and it seems to be able to read from that group. I left my Kanji deck and my Heisig deck at the top level, and it seems to be able to pull stats for each of those independently.

Am I doing it right? It seems like there is something interesting to be gained from comparing the statistics on these three groups. Heisig tells me how many I can actively produce; Kanji (as I have it) tells me how many kanji I know meanings and readings for, even if those kanji are used by none of the words in my other active decks (pig iron, really?); and my sentence/vocab collection tells me how many kanji are appearing in the words and sentences I test myself on. I'll see if I can post a few screencaps for comparison.

OK, let's see if I can do this right.

Entire collection (select "Kanji Stats" while in the top level deck window):

The seen cards in this collection contain:
2371 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 118 of 641 (18.4%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
117 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).

"Master Japanese" (all my vocab & sentence decks, none of my kanji decks):

The seen cards in this deck contain:
2052 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1735 of 1940 (89.4%).
New jouyou: 113 of 196 (57.7%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 97 of 641 (15.1%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
107 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 184 of 185 (99.5%).
Grade 6: 175 of 181 (96.7%).
JuniorHS: 736 of 934 (78.8%).

My "Kanji" deck: (contains mastered Joyo, and the very beginnings of an attempt to learn kanji past joyo)

The seen cards in this deck contain:
2210 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 49 of 641 (7.6%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
25 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).

My Heisig 6th ed deck: (currently in the 600's):

The seen cards in this deck contain:
634 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 553 of 1940 (28.5%).
New jouyou: 56 of 196 (28.6%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 20 of 641 (3.1%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
5 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 58  of 80  (72.5%).
Grade 2: 74  of 160 (46.2%).
Grade 3: 57  of 200 (28.5%).
Grade 4: 61  of 200 (30.5%).
Grade 5: 53  of 185 (28.6%).
Grade 6: 48  of 181 (26.5%).
JuniorHS: 202 of 934 (21.6%).

My Sentence/Vocab collection covers a multitude of sins, but notably, it includes all the vocabulary that was once in the published list of vocabulary required for 1kyuu, and a mishmash of sentences from novels and such. Interesting to see that so many kanji from grades 5, 6 and JH never appear there at all!

(2017-01-16, 4:17 pm)ryuudou Wrote:
(2016-10-04, 4:27 am)Robik Wrote:
(2016-10-04, 4:23 am)NinKenDo Wrote: Was lower than I expected, but then I realised this collection no longer has my Heisig deck in it.

Rules?

The only rule I'd like to insist on is that you exclude any RTK or similar decks. The real measure of your Kanjipeen comes not from your isolated kanji cards, but vocab/sentence cards.


Without Heisig deck is the right way to do it.

That's the exact opposite of how it should be done. RTK is the measure of how many kanji you can produce. Sentence cards are the measure of how many kanji you can vaguely recognize in highly specific contexts... and not even that because people often make sentence cards full of words not even being tested. The common Core 2K decks, for example, have full sentences as the expression but only test the individual words.

I can see the validity of this, hence why I broke down my stats in the post I just did.

FWIW, when I test myself on sentences, I fail myself on the whole sentence if I forget even one word in the sentence, not just the one that was being tested. ("Forget": I got the pronunciation wrong, or I had to look a word up to remember what it meant in context - I usually don't have English on the cards). Other people probably do it differently.

Even so, context definitely makes a difference. This morning I failed my kanji card 軽(2) --> KEI, karu(i) even though I know for a fact that I've seen the word 軽い a dozen times in the last week alone and never had trouble with it once. Maybe just a mental blip, or I just don't know the structure of the kanji well enough. That's one reason I am doing Heisig again (I started it years ago but gave up and completed my study of the joyo using a mixed method).
Edited: 2017-01-16, 5:13 pm
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#46
The seen cards in this collection contain:
68 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 67 of 1940 (3.5%).
New jouyou: 1 of 196 (0.5%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 0 of 641 (0.0%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
0 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 17 of 80 (21.2%).
Grade 2: 29 of 160 (18.1%).
Grade 3: 11 of 200 (5.5%).
Grade 4: 2 of 200 (1.0%).
Grade 5: 2 of 185 (1.1%).
Grade 6: 2 of 181 (1.1%).
JuniorHS: 4 of 934 (0.4%).
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#47
*unzips dick*

2605 total unique kanji.

Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 167 of 641 (26.05%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 53 of 145 (36.55%).
249 non-jouyou kanji.

Jouyou levels:
Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100%).
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#48
(2017-09-29, 9:42 pm)mintou Wrote: *unzips dick*

You have a zipper built into your chinpo??? 痛そう…
Also this is a thread about kanjipeen not sausages LET'S KEEP IT FAMILY FRIENDLY GUYS. FOR THE CHILDREN.
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#49
So I never thought I'd post on this thread, but I just hit a milestone with my kanji studies and wanted to share.

I have a deck of joyo kanji that I do recognition, and I've added to it as I encounter kanji that come up in my readings that aren't joyo. Even though I have subdecks for N5, N4, etc. I really just look at the deck holistically:

801 mature (breaking 800 here is what I'm celebrating)
65 young + learning
392 suspended and buried
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1,258 that I've studied and know in some capacity

I think when I left Japan back in '02 I "knew" about 500 - I had a list of all kyouiku kanji on my wall that a coworker gave me, and ticked them off one by one as I studied that. So it's a big increase from back then.
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#50
(2017-09-30, 8:55 pm)karageko Wrote: [snip]

興味索然
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