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Project Description
Writing a flashcard application is almost a rite of passage for django users.
You create a simple Card model, you create a quiz view and template and you call
it a day. A simple application and not very useful.

Django-memorize adds a more advanced way of learning your flashcards (or
whatever items you'd like) with the theory of `spaced repetition
<http: en.wikipedia.org="" wiki="" spaced_repetition="" spaced="" repetition="">`_. The
`SuperMemo 2 algorithm <http: www.supermemo.com="" english="" ol="" sm2.htm="">`_ is
currently used. Flashcard web apps have just gotten better and easier.

Installation
============
#. Download the `latest version
<http: code.google.com="" p="" django-memorize="" downloads="" list="">`_.
#. Extract and run ``python setup.py install``.
#. Add ``memorize`` to ``INSTALLED_APPS`` list.

Usage
=====

Add an Item to Practice
-----------------------
Let's assume you have a flashcard web app with a card model::

from django.db import models
from django.contrib.auth.models import User

class Card(models.Model):
front = models.CharField(max_length=255)
back = models.CharField(max_length=255)
user = models.ForeignKey(User)


To begin practicing a new card, save a practice object for your flashcard::

from memorize.models import Practice

card = Card(front="When was Sgt. Pepper released?", back="1967",
user=request.user)
practice = Practice(item=card, user=card.user)
practice.save()


Start Practicing
----------------
The view ``memorize.views.next_practice_item`` does all the work of determining
what the next item a user should practice. You just need to provide a template
file. Add an item to your urls.py file::

urlpatterns += patterns(
'memorize.views',
url(r'^item/next/$', 'next_practice_item', {'template':
'memorize/next.html'}, name='next-song'),
)


Template Variables Provided
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
form
A ``memorize.forms.RatingsForm`` instance you use to save the performance on
this practice instance.

item
Your original item. Use this to get your information (e.g., ``card.front``
information)

practice
The practice row.

Saving Feedback
---------------
The key to spaced repetition algorithms is using your past performance to
determine when is the optimal time to reshow an item. If you used the
``next_practice_item`` the template will have a ``form`` object that provides
all the relative information.

The view ``memorize.views.process_rating`` will process the data. Add this view
to your urls.py file.

Example::

<form action="{% url memorize.views.process_rating %}" method="post">
{{ form }}
</form>
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