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'''Spaced repetition''' (often abbreviated SR) is a technique for building long-term knowledge efficiently. The technique works by showing you a flash card just before a computer model predicts you will have forgotten it.
 
'''Spaced repetition''' (often abbreviated SR) is a technique for building long-term knowledge efficiently. The technique works by showing you a flash card just before a computer model predicts you will have forgotten it.
  
[[Wikipedia:Anki|Anki]] is Less Wrong's spaced repetition software of choice. ''<sup>[Why?]</sup>''
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[[Wikipedia:Anki_(software)|Anki]] is Less Wrong's spaced repetition software of choice. ''<sup>[Why?]</sup>''
  
 
==Literature==  
 
==Literature==  

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Spaced repetition (often abbreviated SR) is a technique for building long-term knowledge efficiently. The technique works by showing you a flash card just before a computer model predicts you will have forgotten it.

Anki is Less Wrong's spaced repetition software of choice. [Why?]

Literature

Blog posts

Supermemo material

SR decks

Decks (links, or for Anki, the names of a deck in the Anki collection) relevant to LW.

SR cards for Sequences

Other SRS