Anki is a spaced repetition flashcard program. The software is similar to SuperMemo, a commercial product for the same purpose, and Mnemosyne, another free flashcard program. Anki (暗記) is the Japanese word for "memorizing".

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Best Practices / Habits / Hacks to effectively use Spaced Repetiton Learning [closed]

Are there any tips or case studies on usage patterns of spaced repetition using tools like Mnemosyne or Anki? Any guidelines or best practices, a do's and don'ts list if you may...
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Audio being repeated twice… your help re settings appreciated [closed]

I started using anki recently and may have accidentally switched settings so that with the languge items i'm learning, which include audio, now are repeated twice everytime the card flips, rather than ...
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Simple workaround for LaTeX in Anki that avoid software errors and is mobile friendly (self-answered)

So I recently started using Anki to help me get back up to speed on math before I jump into my first calculus class (it's been a couple decades since my last math class, ouch) and immediately ran into ...
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Pictures for language learning

If you want to learn a new language, there are a lot of people who recommend that you stay within the new language. You are not supposed to learn vocabulary by learning their direct translations but ...
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Should daily reviews eventually balance out with a space repetition algorithm?

I use Anki for studying. I add 20 new facts each day. Over the past few months, I have noticed that each day, I have slightly more words to review than the previous day. Over time, this is adding up, ...
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Is it a good idea to test multiple “pieces of knowledge” on one card?

I'm using Anki, a flashcard learning tool, for learning Japanese vocabulary. Of course, this includes words with kanji. For these I need to know both the reading and the meaning. Now I'm wondering ...