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I've started using org-habit this week. I can set my habits and see the nice colored consistency graph to track visually my habits.

However, I would like to have a numeric record of this. For example, something for each habit, I am imagining something like the statistics cookies:

Number of repetitions done / Number of repetitions scheduled 
Percent of repetitions done %

Or even better, have some stats about how many repetitions I have done a habit in a row.

This answer solves the issue with a capture template in a table, but I was wondering if it's possible to do it directly with the org-habit module.

Thanks.

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This is a partial solution for the problem.

  1. Download this file into your private config: https://gitlab.com/OlMon/org-habit-report/-/blob/master/org-habit-report.el

  2. Load the file with something like (load-file "org-habit-report.el")

  3. In the file you need to track your habits, add this dynamic table (change tstart and tend to any range you want)

#+BEGIN: ol/habit-report :tstart "<2021-12-26 Sun>" :tend "<2022-02-28 Mon>" :scope file
#+END:
  1. Finally, C-c C-c to update the table. It should show all your habits with some stats, for example:
#+BEGIN: ol/habit-report :tstart "<2020-12-16 Wed>" :tend "<2021-01-31 Sun>" :scope file
#+CAPTION: Habit report from 16-12-20 to 31-01-21
| Heading  | Done Count | Missed Count | Last Missed      | Longest Streak (days) | Longest Streak (done) | Currently longest |
|----------|------------|--------------|------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-------------------|
| Jogging1 |         23 |            3 | <2021-01-30 Sat> |                    25 |                    10 | nil               |
| Jogging2 |         23 |            3 | <2021-01-30 Sat> |                    25 |                    10 | nil               |
| Workout  |         10 |            0 | nil              |                    48 |                    10 | t                 |
#+END:
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  • Link-only answers are discouraged (the link disappears and the answer becomes completely useless). Can you add some details about how to use the package? Thx!
    – NickD
    Commented Jan 27, 2022 at 2:51
  • Thanks! I edited the answer to explain better the workflow with this code. Commented Jan 27, 2022 at 21:54

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