Blog for LearnObit

Sungho Yahng

I will not disappear

Many new things disappear into obscurity. That’s the understandable reason why people don’t pay attention to new things. And because LearnObit is a new thing, you may be worried that this may disappear too. But that won’t be LearnObit’s fate. At least ...

Frequently Said Things

I launched LO late-January, 2020. After the first launch, most people's reaction was "Something just doesn't work." And a little later, most people's reaction was "It's so complicated that I can't figure it out." Then people started talking about othe...

New feature launched: The Spreadsheet In the Tree

I had three features in mind that the app should have for me to call LO the beta version. And the first of these features has been released now The Spreadsheet In the Tree! This is ironic because the goal of LO is going beyond just learning simple f...

How to use LearnObit in practice

I'd like to share how I actually use LO (LearnObit). First of all, I need to decide if the target contents I care about are worth LOizing. (LOize is a term I coined. It means organizing something into LO so it can be managed as knowledge rather than...

What is SnT condition (and why it's the best condition)

Before presenting the researchers’ findings, it can already be noted that the students’ expectations of the retained material bore no correlation to the actual results, showing that the students did not experience anything in the way of a mnemonic lear...

So what’s the best learning method, by scientific research result?

tl;dr: Of the learning strategies that deserve consideration, the two most effective choices were practice testing and distributed practice(or spaced repetition).While many different approaches are utilized, there are really only few that are effectiv...

What is the difference between it and Anki?

Seeing as LearnObit uses Spaced Repetition (SR), there is a question that often arises: What separates it from conventional SR Software (SRS), such as Anki? Let’s start with what binds them first. LearnObit – and likewise all SRS, including Anki – are ...

What is Spaced Repetition

tl;dr: The SR algorithm is to calculate when it's time someone should relearn something, so he or she can keep it as knowledge with the least effort and the least amount of time. Exploiting it by individuals is made possible with the advent of software...