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Python Introduction to NumPy Meet NumPy Creating the Study Log

chinmayanand mishra
chinmayanand mishra
3,914 Points

In the Keep up the momentum we get the stats for how many steps we did for the day. but it always displays only a week

In the Keep up the momentum we get the stats for how many steps we did for the day. but it always displays only a week can we get complete data from the beginning to track the progress for what we studied

That's a great question! Also, out of curiosity, how many steps are most of you getting through each day, on average, or each week?

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chinmayanand mishra
chinmayanand mishra
3,914 Points

I try to do a 6 to 8 steps each day. few of the weekends i am able to do more like 15 to 18

So, it sounds like you get through about 50-75 steps per week. Generally, that's what I've been doing too. Some weeks more, some weeks less. But it sure takes a long time to get through one of these tracks at that rate! Interestingly, whenever I do more steps in a day than 30-40, I feel like I'm not remembering the material as well. But if I don't do any steps for a few days, then I forget stuff too. It really requires about an hour or so of work per day to have that retention in memory and to feel like you're making progress. More than that can be too much and too fast, and less will make you feel like you're stagnating. I'm curious what the team of Treehouse instructors recommend.