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Easiness
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Unique kanji in 5000 characters
Unique words in 5000 characters
Furigana coverage

Words

This book uses different words in our 5000-character sample.

Our algorithm has picked a few words which this book's sample uses often at well-spaced intervals. Keep in mind that words are only counted over a 5000-character sample!

    We've also attempted to pick the 10 most "mendokusai" words:

      Kanji, from painful to easy

      This book uses different kanji in our 5000-character sample.

      Each of these kanji are listed below, with the usage count on displayed on the right, and the percent of common kanji you'd need to learn before you'd be expected to know each, based on the kanji's frequency of occurence.

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      Kyoiku kanji are colored as above

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        Frustration caused by difficult words

        Every student knows the frustration caused by encountering a bunch of unknown words all at once when all you want to do is find out what happens next.

        This graph shows a model of the frustration you'll feel through various parts of the 5000-character sample - giving you an idea of whether there are runs of relatively easy characters.

        Maximum frustration: