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Sep 11, 2017 5:40 AM

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@BLOODYRAIN10001: that graph does show the number of shows per year and decade (just hover over any given year/decade), and by clicking it you get the list of shows. Thus everything you requested already exists.




 
Sep 23, 2017 11:12 AM
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@Half_Bl00d: But hovering over the graph only shows the mean score and not the number of shows?

Also I still think it would be neat to have this data visualized in it's own graph.
 
Sep 23, 2017 12:00 PM

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@1LucKyLuke: click on it. You get the number and the list. No reason to display it separately.




 
Sep 25, 2017 1:52 PM
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Would it be possible for Recommendations that for Missing Titles we can filter out listings from our Plan to Watch List. It really expands out the list and isn't very useful to me if I haven't seen the original thing in the franchise to begin with.
 
Sep 30, 2017 4:42 AM

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If you don't have any non plan to watch entries in a franchise it will appear at the end of recommendations tab. I think it's good enough as it is.

It would be great to fix how franchises are being grouped together. Some of them are connected with a crossover and it defeats the purpose of this tab. Last few days One Piece recs grew by around 100 titles and I have to look for 6 relevant missing ones from all others, I can only fix this by hiding them manually...
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Oct 6, 2017 12:15 PM

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Can recommendations (or at least in manga) have a setting to hide spin-off and works by different authors? (example Osaka Banpaku for Azumanga and the other Doraemon entries since I read the Matsumoto one-shot). Stuff like Pluto and Astro Boy as well.
 
Oct 6, 2017 5:45 PM

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@EvenJellyOn: That's what the banned franchise coupling list is for. Refer to the other thread with concrete suggestions.




 
Oct 15, 2017 12:12 PM
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Hello, I wanted to comment that it has been strange for a long time to have only level 2 in sports, since I consider myself a fan of spokon and the most famous I have seen all.

I came here to see what the maximum level of achievements was, and seeing that it was only 4 and that I'm about to reach 3 I was calmer. I thought there might be 10 levels or something. So my suggestion is to add "/4" to the subtitle so that it says "Sports: level 2/4".

On the other hand I think that the achievements don't represent very well the genres that I like, since for example I have one about horror when that's the genre that I hate most, and yet I don't have any on Space after seeing animes like Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu or Uchuu Kyoudai that together surpass the 200 episodes. Maybe the genre achievements must be granted by number of episodes seen and not by number of completed animes, I think this should also be taken as a suggestion.
 
Nov 3, 2017 7:13 PM

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I'd still love for there to be a toggle to remove/show Hentai in the Recommendations section.
I personally keep hentai on an alt account as approved by Kineta so the recs are useless for me as hentai now take up 9 out of the 10 slots (with the non-hentai one being Nisekoimonogatari which is supposed to be removed from the database due to having no new footage. So it's a dud anyway). The Recommendations section is the 99% the reason why I use anime.graph+.

Ecchi is one thing but straight up pornography might be a turn off for other users if they too start getting recs like Boku no Pico or Bible Black which are high rated with many user recs.

 
Nov 4, 2017 4:37 PM

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Are we going back to 20 recs?

lanblade said:
I'd still love for there to be a toggle to remove/show Hentai in the Recommendations section.
I personally keep hentai on an alt account as approved by Kineta so the recs are useless for me as hentai now take up 9 out of the 10 slots (with the non-hentai one being Nisekoimonogatari which is supposed to be removed from the database due to having no new footage. So it's a dud anyway). The Recommendations section is the 99% the reason why I use anime.graph+.

Ecchi is one thing but straight up pornography might be a turn off for other users if they too start getting recs like Boku no Pico or Bible Black which are high rated with many user recs.



Just don't give them a score. Or rate them from 1 to 5.
 
Nov 4, 2017 6:52 PM

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Ramaladni said:
Are we going back to 20 recs?

lanblade said:
I'd still love for there to be a toggle to remove/show Hentai in the Recommendations section.
I personally keep hentai on an alt account as approved by Kineta so the recs are useless for me as hentai now take up 9 out of the 10 slots (with the non-hentai one being Nisekoimonogatari which is supposed to be removed from the database due to having no new footage. So it's a dud anyway). The Recommendations section is the 99% the reason why I use anime.graph+.

Ecchi is one thing but straight up pornography might be a turn off for other users if they too start getting recs like Boku no Pico or Bible Black which are high rated with many user recs.



Just don't give them a score. Or rate them from 1 to 5.


That defeats the purpose of the why the alt account was made specifically to keep hentai off the main one.
 
Nov 4, 2017 7:03 PM

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Well nevermind. I guess that's what happens when you have 8k completed titles. There's just nothing left to recommend. But anyway, more features are cool.
 
Nov 5, 2017 7:51 AM

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I was running the math, and I'm curious why the first achievement for psychological/dementia is disproportionately hard to get
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Nov 6, 2017 4:12 PM

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Ramaladni said:
Well nevermind. I guess that's what happens when you have 8k completed titles. There's just nothing left to recommend. But anyway, more features are cool.


There should be plenty of stuff based on the global stats total anime entries in the MAL database. Heck on the Just Added section (aka the highest database # additions) of MAL there's like 14 anime I haven't seen. Jump to page 40 and there's nine anime there. Someone updated my page so the Recs now shows a new non-hentai anime
https://myanimelist.net/anime/4503/Choujikuu_Kidan_Southern_Cross
I've started to download the eps. So I'll be occupied for a bit while I get them and then watch them but I'd love so see more stuff like this. Even if it's super old or super out there, anime.graph+ helped me find new normal anime to watch.

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I was running the math, and I'm curious why the first achievement for psychological/dementia is disproportionately hard to get


Majority of Dementia genre anime are art-house/experimental shorts that are a single episode. You could easily spend an hour watching them and be able to complete 70 titles.
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Nov 6, 2017 4:15 PM

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Ah, thanks. That would explain why I somehow haven't hit it with it being my favorite genre.

edit: However, just about all of the quality shows are much longer.
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Nov 26, 2017 4:40 PM

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Hello everyone.

Is there a chance that you could add a counter of how many anime we have seen in a year? (Not anime from a specific year). Like if I want to know how many anime I have watched in the year 2015, the only way I can now is to click every square, count the numbers and sum up manually.

I hope you can consider it, thanks
 
Nov 28, 2017 5:44 PM

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Hello everyone.

Is there a chance that you could add a counter of how many anime we have seen in a year? (Not anime from a specific year). Like if I want to know how many anime I have watched in the year 2015, the only way I can now is to click every square, count the numbers and sum up manually.

I hope you can consider it, thanks

Already a thing.

 
Nov 28, 2017 10:15 PM

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@Reinhard yeah no, that's not what I was asking, that's why I said anime watched in a year, not anime from a specific year.

What I'm talking about is in the history tab. You have all the anime you watched in the months of the year, but there is no total from that year. That's what I'm talking about.

Was I able to explain better what I was saying?
 
Dec 10, 2017 4:27 AM
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I made a suggestion a couple of months ago. I was wondering what you thought about it.
 
Dec 10, 2017 3:41 PM

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LightSparker said:
I made a suggestion a couple of months ago. I was wondering what you thought about it.

Let's break it down then, shall we?


LightSparker said:
[...] has been strange for a long time to have only level 2 in sports, since I consider myself a fan of spokon and the most famous I have seen all. [...]

First: we have stated numerous times that the purpose of the achievements is to encourage people to watch more anime — a fun tool of sorts that provides a reward for going out of your way to expand your palate. It hardly is about watching the most popular series out of any given genre; pardon the vulgarity, but it's easy as shit to watch what everyone else is watching and sort of ride the trend. Achievements for genres are calculated by percentiles; those are continuously expanding as the genre itself is given more additions. This way, if you stop watching, you will eventually drop down a level.

For sports in particular, the second tier caps out at 66 titles, and the third begins when you have watched 67 or more shows, presently. At the risk of sounding mean, if you were as true a fan of the genre as you claim to be you'd seek out the underrated, obscure, and overlooked shows and give them a go to earn your level ups.

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[...] so my suggestion is to add "/4" to the subtitle so that it says "Sports: level 2/4". [...]

To answer this point: no. Everyone familiar with the graph knows that most of our achievements have four tiers. The list of requirements is literally linked at the very top of our club page, even, and you can see all the tiers displayed there.

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[...] On the other hand I think that the achievements don't represent very well the genres that I like, since for example I have one about horror when that's the genre that I hate most, and yet I don't have any on Space after seeing animes like Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu or Uchuu Kyoudai that together surpass the 200 episodes. [...]

I think you are failing to understand something here. The achievements are not necessarily meant to reflect your personal preferences; they are simply meant to reflect how much of any given niche you have watched — for example, your horror achievement is a horror and thriller achievement. You seem to have gotten yours for the latter. All in all, I reiterate a previous point; if you truly do enjoy Space as much as you claim, go out and watch more shows.

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[...] Maybe the genre achievements must be granted by number of episodes seen and not by number of completed animes, I think this should also be taken as a suggestion.

Hahahahaha.........no. In all seriousness, calculating them like that would render each achievement a moot point. We are by design not awarding time spent (so episode count) so much as the the title count. The number of series you have watched far exceeds the importance of how long each one was — because, again, the graph is meant to encourage you to watch more series and immerse yourself further in all the diverse flavors the medium has to offer.


I hope this has been coherent and that it doesn't come off as mean-spirited; it genuinely is not intended in that manner.
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Dec 17, 2017 12:47 PM

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I have had a look at the list of past suggestions and didn't see this so will suggest it. When I rewatch something and put the show on mal as rewatching, malgraph sees this as a mismatch when I update it.

Not sure if this is too minor to bother solving or too hard to implement but yeah, that's it.
 
Dec 17, 2017 2:51 PM

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@luxray_lord: from what I see, the problem stems from that that the entry you put on rewatching is in your Completed section, and not in your Currently Watching section, hence the graph detects the disparity in episode numbers. It's not the graph's fault, you're supposed to put it on Currently Watching.




 
Dec 17, 2017 3:51 PM

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@Half_Bl00d; the only thing is that on mal when you put it on currently watching, it doesn't give you the option for the re-watching checkbox, it's not a big problem thou so not too brothered by it
 
Dec 17, 2017 4:29 PM

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@luxray_lord: oh, right, I forgot about that since I never used it, sorry. XD
I'll archive the suggestion just in case, but it may take a long while for any further developments.




 
Dec 20, 2017 8:38 AM
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I'm planning to use the GAR and Mahou Shoujo listing for the MAL AWC challenge next year. This year we had some complains of users saying that anime that should belong to Mahou Shoujo weren't been updated fast enough (specially airings). I did refer them to the club, so I don't know if someone did come here to suggest new titles... But it will be great to have you guys know this and keep an eye on those list.

Btw, for both list, should I link to the one created in the club or the one on github?

Thanks~
 
Dec 20, 2017 10:46 AM

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@SheyCroix: Deividas is the only one who has the ability to change the graph site. We're compiling all the suggestions and keeping them here. The lists will be updated, but I don't know when. In the meantime, you can link to the lists in the github. The ones in the club are the same, and will be updated along with the ones on the graph.




 
Dec 27, 2017 5:25 AM
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I have two small suggestions to make as to the functioning of this ... thing
1. The ability to sort show's by the times re-watched (A feature sorely lacking for MAL, but you can still list shows as being re-watched)
2. A global studio ranking, based on the average global score of all the works a studio put out. It's possibly for each user, although I imagine it'd be somewhat difficult to implement considering the occasional ambiguity behind the studio involved for a work, but that I imagine is hardly a concern. The global statistics feel somewhat limited at present anyway.
 
Dec 30, 2017 4:42 AM

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Tenderizer17 said:

1. The ability to sort show's by the times re-watched (A feature sorely lacking for MAL, but you can still list shows as being re-watched)

I support this! In plain MAL there is just a number in your profile that shows the number of total rewatches. But it is SO tedious to click on every anime on the list to see, which one actually belongs to the rewatched titles. I would like a feature, to see quickly which entries cout towards that number of total rewatches.
 
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@1LucKyLuke: click on it. You get the number and the list. No reason to display it separately.


I'm obviously not gonna complain too much, but before I actually found graph.anime.plus I was using malgraph.net (which is now just gone) and they had a graph to show number of anime seen from each year and I thought it was actually super helpful when looking at my consumption of anime. It was much easier to understand all of the info from the graph rather than clicking on each individual year (or decade). Obviously I can't change what will be implemented, but I just want to put it out there that I think it is a worthwhile feature to have in the favorites section.
 
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