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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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 ...
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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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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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Spatial repetition several times a day (MNemosyne, Supermemo, Anki) [closed]

When I Input new material, I often want to repeat the same items several times a day, but still with intervals adapting to difficulty. How can I do this? (any software) - In Supermemo, I have tried ...