Use the R console as an interactive learning environment to memorize any two columns dataset.
The polyglot package helps you learn foreign language vocabulary or any flashcards using R as an interactive learning environment. The package implements the popular SuperMemo-2 learning algorithm which optimizes intervals between repetitions, minimizes the time you spend on learning, and helps you achieve your learning goals in the most effective way.
install.packages("polyglot") # or devtools::install_github("lgnbhl/polyglot")# BEWARE that a new installation overwrites existing CSV files
Create a spreadsheet in a CSV
format with a
question column, an
answer column and an
For example, you could make a spreadsheet of 30 basic expressions in French (the CSV file is already into the package).
The spreadsheet should be saved into the
extdata directory of the
To open the directory, simply run the
To launch the learning environment, run the
learn() function. Then
choose in the interactive menu the file you want to study.
learn() # to launch the interactive learning environment
The GIF below shows the learning of the CSV file
You can add images by putting the Web URL or the full path of your images into the spreadsheet rows.
For example, you can study the locations, flags and capitals of all the
the world. Note that the images into the 3rd column
Hint are displayed
into your Web browser.
You could also memorize the recipes of the 74 official cocktails of the International Bartenders Association (IBA).
The CSV files given as examples are here.