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#1
As we all know, the internet is all about winning. One can win in various ways. A popular choice on koohii is to win by arguing over topics completely unrelated to the thread at hand (with bonus points awarded for personal attacks).

Here I offer another way for you all to win: Kanjipeen.

What is Kanjipeen?
The copypasta of your kanjistats from Anki (with the "Seen" section and below excluded)

Requirements?
- Anki
- Japanese Support Addon
- Desire to compare the size of your Kanjipeen with that of others'

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.

To select which fields to include in the stats addon, go to your Anki addon folder, go into the japanese folder, and edit the stats.py file. If you don't know where your addons folder is, open up Anki (the program), and go to Tools > Add-ons > Open Add-ons Folder... You'll want to modify line 15. For example, if you wanted to tell the addon to search a field labeled "Sentences" you would make the following change
Code:
# original:
srcFields = ["Expression"]
# updated:
srcFields = ["Expression", "Sentences"]
As someone who cares deeply about winning on the internet, I'll start the thread off with my own Kanjipeen. Here are my stats as of right now.
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As of Jan 15 2017:
Code:
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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Credit to anotherjohn for the categories!
total unique kanji <-- length
Jinmeiyou (regular) <-- girth
Jinmeiyou (variant) <-- カリ高
non-jouyou kanji. <-- tip

Current Winners as of last edit:
length: 4522: tetsuda (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224868)
girth: 474: tetsuda (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224868)
カリ高: 19: tetsuda (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224868)
tip: 1934: tetsuda (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224868)
Edited: 2017-01-15, 1:30 am
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#2
Is this supposed to be the innuendo I think it is?
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#3
Raulsen Wrote:Is this supposed to be the innuendo I think it is?
Eh? No innuendo here.

Mine stats seem to be a tiny bit longer than Flamerokz with a thicker girth but smaller at the tip.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3079 total unique kanji. <-- length
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 419 of 641 (65.4%). <-- girth
Jinmeiyou (variant): 4 of 145 (2.8%). <-- カリ高
520 non-jouyou kanji. <-- tip
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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#4
anotherjohn Wrote:Mine stats seem to be a tiny bit longer than Flamerokz with a thicker girth but smaller at the tip.
Sad
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#5
It's only a matter of time now before a whole new site launches out of this project: KanjiSentou, where users can glance around and compare KanjiPeens at a glance.... For a price.
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#6
There's no point in using this on anything but your kanji deck as it will pull kanji from example sentences and names and all kinds of other supplementary and untested text on your vocab/sentence decks.

Or maybe those with self-made sentence decks where full comprehension is tested, or self-made vocab decks with no example sentences. If you're using something like Nayr's 5k deck though then the results will include all kinds of kanji you can't actually read from the example sentences.
Edited: 2015-09-23, 10:43 pm
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#7
I see we have a couple of people who are insecure about the size of their Kanjipeens
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#8
All my stats say "Error: Integer Overflow". Is that a good thing?
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#9
Just extended my kanjipeen tip by 1 thanks to 隕石

Easy reading, easy meaning, used in a common (ish) space-related word = instant add Cool
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#10
anotherjohn Wrote:Just extended my kanjipeen tip by 1 thanks to 隕石

Easy reading, easy meaning, used in a common (ish) space-related word = instant add Cool
I'm at 3075 now... Just you wait.

(The new words are 雨樋, 玻璃, 釉薬, 瓢簞, 悄然, 夕餉, and some other one)

EDIT: I think there's no hope for my girth though
Edited: 2015-09-24, 4:16 pm
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#11
Kanji statistics

The seen cards in this collection contain:
2775 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1570 of 1940 (80.9%).
New jouyou: 148 of 196 (75.5%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 344 of 641 (53.7%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 4 of 145 (2.8%).
709 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 76 of 80 (95.0%).
Grade 2: 140 of 160 (87.5%).
Grade 3: 169 of 200 (84.5%).
Grade 4: 171 of 200 (85.5%).
Grade 5: 151 of 185 (81.6%).
Grade 6: 146 of 181 (80.7%).
JuniorHS: 717 of 934 (76.8%).

This is from a 3155-word deck - I only SRS words I can't read, hence the unbalanced shape. It's not that the tip is swollen from an STD I caught while reading above my level, I swear.
Edited: 2015-09-25, 12:58 am
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#12
So I added 丞相 purely for the kanjipeenile enlargement, scolding myself for being such a dork ... and to my utter astonishment it just popped up in Prison School (vol 9) :o
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#13
3353 Kanji
1 80/80 100%
2 160/160 100%
3 200/200 100%
4 200/200 100%
5 185/185 100%
6 181/181 100%
JuniorHS 934/934 100%
New Jouyou Kanji 194/196 98.98%
Jinmeiyou (regular) 414/641 64.59%
Jinmeiyou (variant) 3/145 2.07%
Non-Jouyou 802/2551 31.44%
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#14
Edit: Finally got this to work, why in the 驢馬 would I only want to search in decks containing "Japanese"?
If I include my 漢検 decks (which I realize is a bit of border line/silly, but they are vocab/sentence cards, are they not?):

4522 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1912 of 1940 (98.6%).
New jouyou: 183 of 196 (93.4%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 474 of 641 (73.9%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 19 of 145 (13.1%).
1934 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 159 of 160 (99.4%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 198 of 200 (99.0%).
Grade 5: 183 of 185 (98.9%).
Grade 6: 179 of 181 (98.9%).
JuniorHS: 913 of 934 (97.8%).
Edited: 2015-09-26, 12:04 pm
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#15
kameden Wrote:3353 Kanji
1 80/80 100%
2 160/160 100%
3 200/200 100%
4 200/200 100%
5 185/185 100%
6 181/181 100%
JuniorHS 934/934 100%
New Jouyou Kanji 194/196 98.98%
Jinmeiyou (regular) 414/641 64.59%
Jinmeiyou (variant) 3/145 2.07%
Non-Jouyou 802/2551 31.44%
This does not look like the same Anki kanji stats copy-paste (why is non-jouyou out of 2251 or anything for that matter) but I'll take it anyway. Winners have been updated in the OP.

I can't handle these monstrous tips.

EDIT: There appears to be some kind of database errors with koohii or something right now because I can't edit the OP; I'll update it when it's working again but for now here are the current winners.

Current Winners as of last edit:
length: 3353: kameden (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224863)
girth: 419 : anotherjohn (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224767)
カリ高: 4 : anotherjohn (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224767), Vempele (http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224836)
tip: 802: (kameden http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?p...#pid224863)

EDIT2: Oh nevermind my edit went through now; well I guess you guys have two ways to see it now.
Edited: 2015-09-26, 9:45 am
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#16
Flamerokz Wrote:This does not look like the same Anki kanji stats copy-paste (why is non-jouyou out of 2251 or anything for that matter) but I'll take it anyway.
It's from the Kanji Grid addon. It basically does the same thing as far as I can tell.
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#17
Just posting a friendly update about my Kanjipeen. I encourage others to do so if they would like to win at the internet. Also oops forgot to update the stats to include Mr. Kankenpeen.

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3104 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 375 of 641 (58.5%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 3 of 145 (2.1%).
590 non-jouyou kanji.

EDIT: Yeah pretty sure there should be a separate category for Kankenpeen or something. Anyway, I doubt anyone'll be beating that for a bit.
Edited: 2015-11-01, 12:56 am
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#18
I'm just gonna flop this thing out and strike a pose *hand on hip*

3186 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 466 of 641 (72.7%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 5 of 145 (3.4%).
579 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%).

I blame the cold weather :|
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#19
Been a while since the last kanjipeen update:

3337 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 492 of 641 (76.8%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 13 of 145 (9.0%).
696 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%).

Mostly readings of kanji already familiar from my kanji deck (3362 active cards), but quite a few extras now that I haven't bothered to SRS the meanings of because in most cases the readings are a lot easier Rolleyes

This is mostly from random encounters in the wild btw, not just gratuitous kanjipeenile enlargement ... mostly.
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#20
(2015-09-24, 11:48 am)Woodgar Wrote: All my stats say "Error: Integer Overflow". Is that a good thing?

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(2016-05-02, 8:27 am)Helena4 Wrote:
(2015-09-24, 11:48 am)Woodgar Wrote: All my stats say "Error: Integer Overflow". Is that a good thing?

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Lol


Also since this thread got revived I might as well post an update of kanjipeen now. I took a break from adding cards for a while Sad  but I've been slowly at it again. Maybe one day I'll actually read something instead of do Anki lol.

Kanji statistics

The seen cards in this collection contain:
3109 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 376 of 641 (58.7%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 3 of 145 (2.1%).
594 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%).

EDIT: Just in case anyone is interested, the cards I've recently been adding have come from 鹿の王 (下) . I haven't actually read it (yet, although lol like I ever read) I just mined the ebook copy I bought off Amazon for cards using my scripts.

EDIT 2: @anotherjohn just curious where have your recent cards been coming from?
Edited: 2016-05-02, 1:21 pm
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#22
Wow are you guys all Nigerian? I feel so inferior. lol

The seen cards in this collection contain:
2721 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1873 of 1940 (96.5%).
New jouyou: 173 of 196 (88.3%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 290 of 641 (45.2%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 5 of 145 (3.4%).
380 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: 199 of 200 (99.5%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 178 of 181 (98.3%).
JuniorHS: 871 of 934 (93.3%).

I'm hoping to fill out those Joyo gaps soon. Then I'll feel more comfortable showering with the rest of the guys at the gym.
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#23
Hmm, lets take this thread to a different direction... smaller is better! ;-)

The seen cards in this collection contain:
918 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 848 of 1940 (43.7%).
New jouyou: 25 of 196 (12.8%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 28 of 641 (4.4%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
17 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 76  of 80  (95.0%).
Grade 2: 142 of 160 (88.8%).
Grade 3: 154 of 200 (77.0%).
Grade 4: 118 of 200 (59.0%).
Grade 5: 84  of 185 (45.4%).
Grade 6: 84  of 181 (46.4%).
JuniorHS: 190 of 934 (20.3%).
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#24
Flamerokz Wrote:@anotherjohn just curious where have your recent cards been coming from?
All over the place really. I've been reading quite a lot lately without really meaning to, and often end up on Wikipedia & places just reading random stuff. My reviews have been dropping fast too so I've been adding cards like a maniac, engorging my 'peen.

Ever since some handsome fellow created this deck I often find myself unsuspending cards while searching for other things, especially if I spot a card that uses a kanji I recognise but can't read yet, or a new one that has an obvious reading.

E.g. when browsing just now the first active card happened to be ?, which I unsuspended just because it has an obvious (in hindsight) reading. Basically a freebie. Then I was curious to know just how pointless it was so read the wp page about it, and added a bunch of words containing 鰓 (of which there are 18, surprisingly).
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#25
My stats:

The seen cards in this collection contain:
1017 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 995 of 1940 (51.3%).
New jouyou: 19 of 196 (9.7%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 0 of 641 (0.0%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 0 of 145 (0.0%).
3 non-jouyou kanji.

Jouyou levels:

Grade 1: 67 of 80 (83.8%).
Grade 2: 132 of 160 (82.5%).
Grade 3: 161 of 200 (80.5%).
Grade 4: 154 of 200 (77.0%).
Grade 5: 141 of 185 (76.2%).
Grade 6: 97 of 181 (53.6%).
JuniorHS: 243 of 934 (26.0%).
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