Torah Tools

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Torah Tools is a collection of utilities designed to assist Torah learning.




Torah Tools is a collection of utilities designed to assist Torah learning.

During first Seder, you are steadily proceeding through the first Perek, with Rashi, Tosfos, and Rishonim. During second Seder, you learn the third Perek, with Rashi and Tosfos. You review this with Rashi and Tosfos the next day before Seder. Then, on Shabbos, you review it with Rashi only. During Bein Hasedarim, you have a Bekiyus Chavrusa, and you learn the seventh Perek with Rashi only. You review this once that night (with Rashi), once the next day (with Rashi), and once whenever you have time (without Rashi). Unfortunately, you were sick for a couple of days, and you're trying to catch up. The problem is, you can't remember how many times you've Chazered...

Luckily, you've downloaded Gemarah charts. Practical charts 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, Gemarah charts is just what you need.
Gemarah charts are printable charts made in Excel format. Each Mesechta's chart is on a separate Letter-sized page. The charts can also be printed on A4, but the margins will be somewhat uneven. Eventually, the plan is to make another version in A4 format.

It is very likely that there are mistakes in some of the charts. If you find one, please contact us. However, there is one thing that might be misunderstood as a mistake, and is actually intentional. When an Amud spans more than one Perek, the Amud is assigned to whichever Perek the first line is from, even if the next Perek begins near the top of the Amud. This is to prevent the need to judge every Amud which spans two Perakim to determine in which Perek it should be included. For example, though the third Perek of Chulin starts three lines into Daf 48, 48a is included in the second Perek, for consistency's sake.

What's New in This Release:

This version allows printing in both letter and A4 formats, and is now available as an Excel file or as a PDF.
Last updated on January 14th, 2008
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