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Torah Tools

Torah Tools is a collection of utilities designed to assist Torah learning. Currently, Torah Tools consists of two programs: Daf test and Gemarah charts. Daf test helps you memorize on what page each Gemarah is to be found. It gives you a test to take after you learn a Perek or Masechta that requires you to choose the correct location for a displayed Amud of Gemarah. Gemarah charts helps you keep track of how many times you've Chazered over material by providing a chart with a list of all of the Perakim in the Mesechta, a list of the Dafim in each Perek, and just enough room in each box to mark off your Chazaros.

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  •  13 Jan 2008 21:18

    Release Notes: A milestone version of Gemarah charts, a subproject of Torah Tools, has been released. Gemarah charts consists of a set of printable charts that allows easy tracking of Gemarah study and review. This version allows printing in both letter and A4 formats, and is now available as an Excel file or as a PDF.

    •  12 Oct 2007 12:35

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to be tested on any combination of Dafim, Perakim, Mesechtos, or all of Shas. A bug has been fixed which prevented all the possible answers from being displayed when being tested on a lot of material.

      •  07 Oct 2007 16:03

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  07 Oct 2007 16:02

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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