Recently I got back into the kanji study so I’m reviewing them all (again) using the famous Kanji In Context book. So I made an Anki file to study from so I figured I would release it to all you guys who might also find it useful. I added it to my “Files” box on the left here so you can download it from there.
I tagged each entry with both the chapter (C1-C147) and section (S1-6) that it came from for easy sorting. I also tagged every entry with ‘mada’ and suspended all the entries with that tag. So the idea is to go in and remove the ‘mada’ tag from the ones you have done and as you complete the chapters to enable them.
To do this go to Edit->Edit all, then on the top right you can click a drop down on which tags to show, select either the chapter or section of the cards you want to enable, then select all the entries that appear (click one then ctrl+a). Now goto Actions->Delete tag, and type in ‘mada’ and click ‘ok’. Now the tag is removed and those cards will be enabled.
ps. If anyone doesnt know what Anki is, its a great flashcard program with tons of features. Check it out: http://ichi2.net/anki/
Rohan has spent years studying Japanese, Chinese and Korean, and currently lives in Japan. He created the perapera pop-up dictionary plugins to help other learners of Chinese and Japanese.