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    qwpr now available for OSX/Windows/Linux

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    Qwpr is a minimal-relearning power-user keyboard layout.

    -Only 11 keys move from QWERTY, and only 2 of them switch fingers.
    -Capslock is second shift, enables programming punctuation and arrow keys in primary area.
    -Tab is delete and tilde is tab.
    -Enormous range of unicode (and many TeX equivalents thereto) available through dead keys. (OSX only)
    -Easy access to accents for German and Spanish; and basically all latin-script language accents covered (even Polish, Turkish, Maori...)
    -Using [Keyboard Layout Analyzer](http://patorjk.com/keyboard-layout-analyzer/#/main), it scores 58 to Colemak's 63 on Alice in Wonderland, and 54 to Colemak's 52 on the source code file coffeescript.coffee. So coming from QWERTY, you get most of the benefit with less than half of the relearning of Colemak.

    Here's the basic letters:
    qwprfyukl;
    asdtghnioe
    zxcvbjm,.

    And here's the same when you hold caps lock:
    =\[]`^⇤↑⇥~
    @+()&#←↓→´
    %*{}|$_¡!-

    I finally made a linux version, so I'm re-announcing it here. You can download any of the three platforms [here](https://sourceforge.net/projects/qwpr/files/)

    Cheers.

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    E is on the pinky? Some people may use R more than S and I.

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    Yes, it's horrible isn't it. I guess that's why it never got any replies before now. ;-)

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    E is on the pinky?

    Personally, I find the home-row pinky to be as accesible/easy/ergonomic as other home-row keys. I certainly agree that non-home-row pinky keys are pretty inaccessible, but I don't think that just pressing the key it's sitting on is hard. I realize that this is a minority view, at least based on the various "ergonomic scoring" systems I've seen.

    Some people may use R more than S and I.

    I'm sure there are languages where that's true; but it's not true for most English text. Or if you think it is, can you give an example where it would naturally occur? (Obviously, it's easy to deliberately write with lots of Rs; but I'm asking for a natural context, or in other words, "what people?")

    Also, note that R is still in its QWERTY location, and I is on the same finger as in QWERTY. Part of the QWPR philosophy is to minimize relearning time starting from QWERTY. So even if R and I were equally common, there would be some rationale for putting I rather than R on the home row.

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    It's not that the pinky key is inaccessible (it's really easy to find!) but that the pinky isn't strong enough for a letter that frequent. I agree that the pinky home position isn't that bad, so the A may stay in place and that's fine with me. But the E is really in its own class.

    I think that R is too common to be up there. But with my CurlAngleWide ergo mod, the QWERTY R position isn't quite as good (a necessary side effect – the CAW mod is really good for most positions!).

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    But R could be moved to better position (almost homerow positions WEMIO)

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    "Better" is a highly subjective term. Please read what was idea behind qwpr - minimal relearning from qwerty, preferably w/o switching fingers.

    R is already in quite good position on qwerty. Here it's left there, so "minimal relearning" is maintained.
    You want to move R to 'better' position. Let's see:
    - Without changing finger we have RF/TG/VB.
    - Only better positions are T and V ('better' being again subjective, I use Workman strain calculations).
    - T is the most common consonant in English.
    - V should be left where it is for paste shortcut.
    (G is in same strain/difficulty level and on its qwerty position, so swapping G&R don't give any advantage, only disadvantage for relearning.)

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    Minimak uses E and T on middle finger at cost of one more key changing finger.

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    I have evaluated the qwpr layout. Method:
    - I used the AdnW-algorithm (meaning that AdnW will score very high... AdnW make Dvorak-like assumptions, favoring alternation over rolls and punishing too much 'adjacent' keys. So, if you don't "buy"those assumptions, feel free to reject the metrics).
    - I used a trigram algorithm (meaning it is not optimized on bigrams but on trigrams)
    - on an english-only text-only corpus

    - Total score is what it says..... lower is better
    - Location: the ranking of the keys. Keys in easy location = better (lower) score. (There are trade-offs however. For instance, you might end up with too many frequent letters on the left hand)
    - Same Finger: the precentage of lettercombinations that are typed with the same finger. Lower is better
    - Alternation: the precentage of lettercombinations that are typed with two hands. Higher is better
    - In/Outwards: the ratio of inward to outward movements (or rolls). 1.000 means there are exactly as many inward as outward rolls. > 1 means there are more inward rolls. Higher is better
    - AdjacentKey: the precentage of lettercombinations that are typed with letters that are neighbours. Such as (qwerty) AS or KJ or OP.
    - left, right: the percentage of strokes with each hand. 50/50 is best.
    - tp, mi, mb: the percentage of strokes on the top row, mid row (home) and bottom row.
    - also you see the percentage of each finger (left pinky, left ring, left mid, left index, right index, right mid, right ring, right pinky; sum = 100%; thumbs are not part of this percentage)

    The worst layout is, of course qwerty. No further comment.

    QWERTY           576.383 Total score    338.719 Location           left  right
                       6.804 Same Finger      6.299 Shift-Same Finger  tp 28.0 20.2
      qwert yuiopü    52.755 Alternation     41.474 Shift-Alternation  mi 22.1  9.5
      asdfg hjklöä     1.080 In/Outwards     11.226 Indir SameHand     bm  6.8 13.3
      zxcvb nm,.ß     21.628 AdjacentKey     12.586 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum56.9 43.1
                      9.1  8.4 18.5 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.7

    Next up: qwpr. qwpr has a better (lower) total scores than qwerty.

    qwpr             389.772Total score     205.575 Location           left  right
                       3.843 Same Finger     13.484 Shift-Same Finger  tp 11.8  8.8
      qwprf yukl;    58.143 Alternation     39.607 Shift-Alternation  mi 28.6 37.3
      asdtg hnioe      1.093 In/Outwards     10.182 Indir SameHand     bm  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.      12.592 AdjacentKey     13.426 Shift-AdjacentKey sum47.2 52.8
                      9.1  8.4  8.8 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1 13.4 Sh  1.1  1.7

    This is because the keys are in better locations, same finger is much lower, it has slightly more alternation. Hand balance is about equal (47/53), which is not bad. Adjacent keys is much better than qwerty (or worse if you like that - what AdnW and Dvorak call 'clusters', Colemak calls 'rolls'. qwpr is not very 'rolly', be that good or bad).

    The left pinky IS overloaded. It gets 13.4% of all keystrokes, which is a lot.

    As said, take the analysis with a grain of salt, it is highly dependent on the assumptions of the algorithm which you may or may not like. The countings of the strokes, distribution over fingers and so on are facts, however.



    Next: Workman. Not bad. But Same Finger is too high and, from an AdnW/Dvorak-y perspective (!), AdjacentKey is too high, 18%, meaning that nearly one in 5 letter combinations are a 'roll'. Again, from a Colemak-y perspective this is a good thing.   

    Workman          341.920 Total score    195.444 Location           left  right
                       3.005 Same Finger      8.626 Shift-Same Finger  tp 13.0  6.8
      qdrwb jfupßö    55.794 Alternation     51.567 Shift-Alternation  mi 29.6 34.1
      ashtg yneoiä     1.088 In/Outwards      8.415 Indir SameHand     bm  7.6  8.8
      zxmcv kl,.ü     18.394 AdjacentKey      12.531 Shift-AdjacentKey sum50.3 49.7
                      9.0 10.5 13.2 17.6 --.- --.- 15.3 15.4 10.2  8.9 Sh  0.9  1.8


    Then: Dvorak. Here we see a German version, but that's a detail. Morem inward movements and more alternation, and lower adjacent keys. The right pinky has much work to do, too much to my liking, but a bit less then in qwpr. Dvorak is very right hand balanced (55%)

    DvorakTyp1a      321.724 Total score    201.888 Location           left  right
                       2.668 Same Finger     13.145 Shift-Same Finger  tp  6.0 17.0
      ä,.py fgcrlq    70.679 Alternation     33.265 Shift-Alternation  mi 36.1 30.5
      aoeui dhtnsß     1.606 In/Outwards      6.623 Indir SameHand     bm  2.9  7.6
      öüjkx bmwvz     11.100 AdjacentKey      20.835 Shift-AdjacentKey sum45.0 55.0
                      9.7  8.2 13.0 14.1 --.- --.- 16.5 13.3 13.7 11.5 Sh  1.8  0.9


    The layouts keep getting better.....here's Colemak! It has a nice distribution over hands and over fingers, a good (low) Same Finger percentage. Alternation is, as expected, low; adjacent keys high. This doesn't win points in the AdnW-world! But because of the good scores on other factors, it still gets a good, low total score.   

    Colemak          307.722 Total score    186.227 Location           left  right
                       1.348 Same Finger     14.374 Shift-Same Finger  tp  7.8  8.2
      qwfpg jluy      58.143 Alternation     39.607 Shift-Alternation  mi 32.7 37.3
      arstd hneio      1.041 In/Outwards      8.772 Indir SameHand     bm  6.8  7.3
      zxcvb km,.      17.492 AdjacentKey      9.009 Shift-AdjacentKey sum 47.2 52.8
                      9.1  7.8 11.6 18.7 --.- --.- 18.8 15.4  9.8  8.7 Sh  1.1  1.7


    Next up: AdnW. Designed to be as good in English as in German. (For English you can of course put different characters on üäß... such as ;/@ etc.)  It has a great (low) same finger count, a nice (high) alternation and has twice as many inward movements as outwards. Partly because of  word like THE and THIS.

    AdnW             281.047 Total score    184.270 Location           left  right
                       1.020 Same Finger     17.224 Shift-Same Finger  tp  4.5 12.0
      kuü.ä vgcljf    71.389 Alternation     21.757 Shift-Alternation  mi 38.3 31.6
      hieao dtrnsß     2.136 In/Outwards      7.795 Indir SameHand     bm  5.0  8.6
      xyö,q bpwmz      8.122 AdjacentKey      20.009 Shift-AdjacentKey sum47.8 52.2
                      7.6 11.2 11.7 17.4 --.- --.- 18.7 10.7 13.1  9.7 Sh  1.9  0.9


    Finally, RieaoP,my own AdnW-version, optimized for Dutch and English. About the same total score as AdnW, a different sub scores. Subjectively, I find AdnW better at English than my own version. Numbers only tell you so much, the feeling is really different; AdnW is more alternating and has less adjacent keys then my RieaoP. The reason? Keyboard layouts are compromises. I wanted a layout that performed equally well in Dutch as in English. In Dutch, the total score is about the same, with a slightly higher Same Finger (1,4% versus 1,1% in English) but lower adjacent keys (8% in Dutch, 12% in English). 

    RieaoP           280.779 Total score    189.407 Location           left  right
                       1.144 Same Finger      9.432 Shift-Same Finger  tp  6.6 13.9
      y.u,! pclhqz    66.008 Alternation     29.201 Shift-Alternation  mi 39.5 28.3
      rieao gdtnsk     0.908 In/Outwards      5.772 Indir SameHand     bm  2.3  9.5
      x:?j/ vwmbf     12.097 AdjacentKey     13.241 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum48.4 51.6
                      9.7  8.2 14.2 16.2 --.- --.- 13.3 14.9 13.0 10.3 Sh  1.9  0.8
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    Overall, most layouts do consirably worse in Dutch than they do in English. Let's focus on Qwerty and Colemak

    QWERTY-English  Same Finger 6.8  AdjacentKey 21.6  Left/Right = 57/43
    QWERTY-Dutch    Same Finger 8.3  AdjacentKey 26.2  Left/Right = 59/41  

     
    ==> qwerty is even worse for Dutch as it is for English

    Colemak-English Same Finger 1.1  AdjacentKey 17.5  Left/Right = 47/53
    Colemak-Dutch   Same Finger 3.0  AdjacentKey 21.8  Left/Right = 42/58

    ==> colemak is worse for Dutch as it is for English


    Finally, let's look how much you gain/ lose by changing layouts. Remember that both qwerty and Colemak perform worse in Dutch than they do in English.... I have calculated percentages, based on the total scores that were mentioned earlier. (Again, AdnW's assumptions are below all this. Also, this is of course very crude, because we reduce an entire layout to one (1) figure, the total score. But, here it goes).

    Switch from QWERTY to qwpr. This gives you a 32% improvement in English (and 32% in Dutch) 
    Switch from QWERTY to Colemak gives you a 47% improvement in English (and 41% in Dutch) 
    Switch from QWERTY to RieaoP gives you a 51% improvement in English (and 59% in Dutch) 

    And... what about switching from Colemak to something else?

    Switch from Colemak to qwpr. This gives you a worsening of -27% in English (and -15% in Dutch) 
    Switch from Colemak to RieaoP. This gives you a 9% improvement in English (and 30% in Dutch) 

    Conclusions
    qwpr is better than Qwerty. Remarkably, it scores better in Dutch than in English. Overall it is an interesting layout, especially for lovers of "rolly" layouts. The overloading of the right pinky could be a problem though.

    On my own layout: the figures illustrate why I wanted to make a specific Dutch-English layout. For Dutch language typists, switching from Qwerty to Colemak is worthwhile, from Qwerty to RieaoP is even better and the number suggest that even switching from Colemak to RieaoP gives a clear improvement. Caveats:
    - if you like Dvorak-y keyboards
    - without looking at learnability, similarity to qwerty, ubiquity, technical support, the forums, portable layouts, DreymaR's fantastic work on layers, wide-mods, and so on,
    - with the RieaoP layout you are on your own, you need to make your own portable files, your own files for Windows, OSX, Linux etc, with only  help in German from the AdnW Google group (a group that is very knowledgable, but much smaller and less active than this great Colemak forum)   
    - BTW, credit where credit is due: RieaoP was made with software and support from AdnW.de and the guys at the AdnW Google Group.
    - all this is in the end a personal, subjective thing. Numbers mean something, but nothing beats the real world typing test  :-)


    Regarding qwpr: nice to see new layouts ! Hope you didn't mind my numbercrunching & remarks. All "in good jest" :-)  Keep up the good work.

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    For fun I made some variants of qwpr, so you can see the effect of 1,2 or 3 letters changing place.

    Taking the e off the pinky removes that overload. Remarkably, a  d-r swap (leading to qwpdf) is already better. var6 is the best of these variants, it is a lot like colemak, don't you think? PS, you can scroll down in the black code block below :-)


    qwpr             389.772 Gesamtaufwand  205.575 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       3.843 Kollisionen     13.484 Shift-Kollisionen  ob 11.8  8.8
      qwprf yuklüß    58.143 Handwechsel     39.607 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 28.6 37.3
      asdtg hnioeö     1.093 Ein-/Auswärts   10.182 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.ä     12.592 benachbart      13.426 Shift-benachbart  sum 47.2 52.8
                      9.1  8.4  8.8 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1 13.4 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    var1             356.100 Gesamtaufwand  196.710 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       3.160 Kollisionen     13.484 Shift-Kollisionen  ob  9.7  8.8
      qwpdf yuklüß    58.143 Handwechsel     39.607 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 30.8 37.3
      asrtg hnioeö     1.054 Ein-/Auswärts    8.867 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.ä     13.597 benachbart      13.426 Shift-benachbart  sum 47.2 52.8
                      9.1  8.4 10.9 18.8 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1 13.4 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    var2             335.778 Gesamtaufwand  194.505 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       2.211 Kollisionen     13.287 Shift-Kollisionen  ob  8.3 10.2
      qwpdk yfulüß    56.508 Handwechsel     40.120 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 30.8 37.3
      asrtg hnioeö     1.124 Ein-/Auswärts    8.440 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.ä     15.978 benachbart      12.690 Shift-benachbart  sum 45.9 54.1
                      9.1  8.4 10.9 17.4 --.- --.- 17.9 10.8 12.1 13.3 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    var3             330.360 Gesamtaufwand  194.421 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       2.173 Kollisionen     12.592 Shift-Kollisionen  ob 10.1 10.1
      qwmdf ypulüß    59.274 Handwechsel     41.532 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 30.8 37.3
      asrtg hnioeö     1.024 Ein-/Auswärts    7.978 IndirKollision     un  6.7  5.0
      zxcvb jk,.ä     15.076 benachbart      13.812 Shift-benachbart  sum 47.6 52.4
                      9.0  8.4 11.4 18.8 --.- --.- 16.1 10.8 12.1 13.5 Sh  1.0  1.8
    
    
    var4             322.903 Gesamtaufwand  188.546 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       2.655 Kollisionen     10.047 Shift-Kollisionen  ob 10.1 10.1
      qwmdf ypulüß    55.923 Handwechsel     40.245 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 36.5 31.6
      aestg hniorö     1.037 Ein-/Auswärts    7.510 IndirKollision     un  6.7  5.0
      zxcvb jk,.ä     18.755 benachbart      19.192 Shift-benachbart  sum 53.3 46.7
                      9.0 13.6 12.0 18.8 --.- --.- 16.1 10.8 12.1  7.7 Sh  1.0  1.8
    
    
    var5             321.235 Gesamtaufwand  201.320 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       1.501 Kollisionen     10.490 Shift-Kollisionen  ob 10.1 13.2
      qwmdf ypuoüß    65.189 Handwechsel     34.401 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 26.8 38.1
      lsrtg hniaeö     1.069 Ein-/Auswärts    7.814 IndirKollision     un  6.8  4.9
      zxcvb jk,.ä     12.311 benachbart      21.835 Shift-benachbart  sum 43.8 56.2
                      5.2  8.4 11.4 18.8 --.- --.- 16.1 10.8 16.1 13.3 Sh  1.2  1.6
    
    
    var6             320.635 Gesamtaufwand  189.626 Lageaufwand        links rechts
                       2.417 Kollisionen      9.174 Shift-Kollisionen  ob 10.1 10.1
      qwmdf ypulüß    59.274 Handwechsel     41.532 Shift-Handwechsel  mi 30.8 37.3
      asrtg hneoiö     1.100 Ein-/Auswärts    8.476 IndirKollision     un  6.7  5.0
      zxcvb jk,.ä     17.486 benachbart      13.812 Shift-benachbart  sum 47.6 52.4
                      9.0  8.4 11.4 18.8 --.- --.- 16.1 15.4 12.1  8.8 Sh  1.0  1.8
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    Some minimal qwerty variantions: qwpr; qwpr d/r swap; carpalx 5 key; minimak 4 key; plus three home brewn qwerty variants, with 2, 3 and 4 keys swapped. In this category of layouts, qwpr performs well. And it does even better if you swap D and R. PS, the block below is scrollable, there are some gems below the fold ;-)

    qwpr             389.772 Total score  205.575 Location             left right
                       3.843 SameFinger    13.484 Shift-SameFinger   ob 11.8  8.8
      qwprf yuklüß    58.143 HAlternation   39.607 Shift-Alternation mi 28.6 37.3
      asdtg hnioeö     1.093 In/Outwards   10.182 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.ä     12.592 AdjacentKey   13.426 Shift-AdjacentKey sum 47.2 52.8
                      9.1  8.4  8.8 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1 13.4 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    qwpr_1keyswap    356.100 Total score  196.710 Location             left right
                       3.160 SameFinger    13.484 Shift-SameFinger  ob   9.7  8.8
      qwpdf yuklüß    58.143 HAlternation  39.607 Shift-Alternation  mi 30.8 37.3
      asrtg hnioeö     1.054 In/Outwards    8.867 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.7
      zxcvb jm,.ä     13.597 AdjacentKey   13.426 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum47.2 52.8
                      9.1  8.4 10.9 18.8 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 12.1 13.4 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    Carpalx_qwkrf    501.326 Total score  226.107 Location            left right
                       8.307 SameFinger     0.641 Shift-SameFinger  ob  10.6 13.3
      qwkrf yuijpß    58.629 HAlternation  35.604 Shift-Alternation  mi 33.5 27.4
      dsatn hoelüö     0.883 In/Outwards   12.889 IndirKollision     un 6.8  8.4
      zxcvb gm,.ä     21.553 AdjacentKey    4.342 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum50.9 49.1
                      5.1  8.4 11.6 25.8 --.- --.- 20.4 19.9  5.2  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.6
    
    
    Minimak4key      448.785 Total score  265.669 Location          left right
                       4.011 SameFinger     6.528 Shift-SameFinger  ob 12.3 20.2
      qwdrk yuiopü    57.559 Alternation   39.317 Shift-Alternation  mi 26.9 20.5
      astfg hjelöß     1.107 EIn/Outwards  10.732 IndirKollision     un  6.8 13.3
      zxcvb nm,.ä     21.197 AdjacentKey   12.963 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 46.0 54.0
                      9.2  8.4 15.4 13.0 --.- --.- 18.4 19.9 12.1  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.6
    
    
    CapewellQwerf    482.482 Total score  250.180 Location          left right
                       6.811 SameFinger     6.299 Shift-SameFinger  ob 21.5  6.4
      qwerf jylköü    52.754 Alternation   41.474 Shift-Alternation  mi 28.6 23.4
      asdtg huoipä     1.118 In/Outwards   11.311 IndirKollision     un  6.8 13.3
      zxcvb nm,.ß     22.148 bAdjacentKey   5.826 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 56.9 43.1
                      9.1  8.4 18.5 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4 12.1  8.9  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    qwerty_2keyswap  497.365 Total score  306.693 Location          left right
                       3.897 SameFinger     6.070 Shift-SameFinger  ob 20.2 20.2
      qwlrt yuiopü    58.837 Alternation   40.532 Shift-Alternation  mi 22.1 17.3
      asdfg hjkeöä     1.075 In/Outwards   11.858 IndirKollision     un  6.8 13.3
      zxcvb nm,.ß     12.121 bAdjacentKey  19.351 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 49.2 50.8
                      9.1  8.4 10.7 20.9 --.- --.- 18.4  8.9 19.9  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.7
    
    
    qwerty_3keyswap  462.497 Total score  293.571 Location          left right
                       3.465 SameFinger     6.528 Shift-SameFinger  ob 17.1 20.2
      qwrkt yuiopü    57.559 Alternation   39.317 Shift-Alternation  mi 22.1 20.5
      asdfg hjelöä     1.118 In/Outwards   10.317 IndirKollision     un  6.8 13.3
      zxcvb nm,.ß     20.623 bAdjacentKey  12.963 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 46.0 54.0
                      9.2  8.4 12.8 15.7 --.- --.- 18.4 19.9 12.1  3.6 Sh  1.1  1.6
    
    
    qwerty_4keyswap  444.145 Total score  275.083 Location          left right
                       3.376 SameFinger     10.531 Shift-SameFinger  ob 11.1 20.2
      qw/kt yuiop'    53.200 Alternation     41.062 Shift-Alternation  mi 22.1 26.4
      asdfg hjelr;     1.114 In/Outwards    9.743 IndirKollision     un  6.9 13.2
      zxcvb nm,.ß     20.629 bAdjacentKey     12.371 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 40.1 59.9
                      9.2  8.4  6.8 15.7 --.- --.- 18.4 19.9 12.1  9.5 Sh  1.2  1.6
    
    
    qwerty_5keyswap  423.806 Total score  272.612 Location          left right
                       2.785 SameFinger      7.963 Shift-SameFinger  ob 17.1 20.2
      qwrkt yuiopü    57.559 Alternation     39.317 Shift-Alternation  mi 22.1 27.3
      asdfg hjelnä     0.746 In/Outwards    8.545 IndirKollision     un  6.8  6.5
      zxcvb öm,.ß     17.874 bAdjacentKey     12.963 Shift-AdjacentKey  sum 46.0 54.0
                      9.2  8.4 12.8 15.7 --.- --.- 11.6 19.9 12.1 10.4 Sh  1.1  1.6
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