Flashcard "Study Session" Mode / View - Mental Models and the Art of Memory Maintenance
As a continuous learner who works in the always evolving world of software/technology, I would love to be able to use an existing brain, or create a new one that allows me to study singular thoughts as if they were the "prompt/question" side of a flashcard, in relation to all related thoughts being the collective "answer" on the other side of the flashcard. (Each Thoughts related Note or Embedded Browser could hold more detail.)
I would be able to track results such that the "prompt/question" thought would receive a percentage score based on the aggregate result of each individually evaluated linked "answer" thought .
Each "Study Session" would be saved, and subsequent sessions would be auto scheduled based on a preselected objective (Long-term Spaced Repetition, Target a deadline, Short-term cramming (i.e. Leitner System), or Regular Timed Intervals); and would be algorithmically driven to prioritize thoughts with lower percentage weights. (i.e. a study version of the existing "Wander" mode).
I would be able to create, name, and save different "Study Sessions" based on a manual filterable selection of thoughts by thought type, link type or tag, based on random selection of a selected number of thoughts, or I could select All if I wanted to study a smaller entire Brain).
The end goal, unlike any other existing mind map or flashcard software that I am aware of, is to be able to continuously leverage the efforts and time put into the creation of mental models that typically serve a non-learning purpose by automating an efficient mechanism for continuously strengthening (learning) weaker thoughts by connecting (chunking) them with other stronger existing thoughts.