Jupyter Notebook spaced-repetition-algorithm

Open-source Jupyter Notebook projects categorized as spaced-repetition-algorithm

Top 3 Jupyter Notebook spaced-repetition-algorithm Projects

  • fsrs4anki

    A modern Anki custom scheduling based on free spaced repetition scheduler algorithm

  • Project mention: LaTeX and Neovim for technical note-taking | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-02-21

    For note-taking specifically, I've tried everything from plain old pen and paper to more modern solutions like Evernote and emacs (if you can call that modern), but nothing I've come across really beats Anki.

    Although its main selling point is as a program for flashcards with spaced repetition, it comes with pretty much all the features of a good note-taking app, like tags, easy to organize, synchronization across devices (you can set up your own server), good interface for searching through your notes (which are stored in an Sqlite db if that matters), and yes, LaTeX. Not only that, it's also highly extendable with third-party plugins, so if there are features that you miss chances are there's a plugin for it. In other words, you can use it perfectly fine just taking notes. However, where it really shines is in all of this in combination the spaced repetition algorithm, which is now on steroids with FSRS[1][2]. The downside is that for this to be effective for the things you want to memorize, you'll have to write your notes to be suitable for a flashcard, but if you do it consistently you'll soon notice that you can store most of your notes in your head (needless to say, any student would greatly benefit from this). Now, if that's too much work, you can still just use the scheduling to have it remind you of your notes. Either way, even as someone who sometimes goes out of his way to shoehorn everything into Emacs, I can't see a reason not to use anki for note-taking.

    [1]https://github.com/open-spaced-repetition/fsrs4anki/blob/mai...

    [2]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqRLqVRyIzc

  • spaced-selection

    Code and real data for "Large-scale randomized experiment reveals machine learning helps people learn and remember more effectively", npj Science of Learning 2021

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  • fsrs-vs-sm17

    A simple comparison between FSRS and SM-17

  • Project mention: FSRS: A modern, efficient spaced repetition algorithm | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-01-15

    Yeah, here is the comparison between FSRS and SM-17: https://github.com/open-spaced-repetition/fsrs-vs-sm17

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Project Stars
1 fsrs4anki 2,177
2 spaced-selection 30
3 fsrs-vs-sm17 19

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