A Frequency count shows how many times each particular call or concept is used within a set of sequences.
Using the above frequency counts, you can determine which calls that Vic uses the most or the least often at each particular level.
The data in the above frequency counts is the sum of counts for all sequences that Vic has written within the past
5 years for each particular level.
What Good is a Frequency Count?
If you're new to a level, a frequency count can help you decide which calls and concepts to study.
Concentrate on learning those calls and concepts that are used the most often.
If you're planning to attend one of my dances at a particular level, you could scan the frequency count for that level to
make sure that you know how to do all the calls that I call. This is especially true at C4, since different callers tend to use different calls.
If you're teaching a class, a frequency count could be used to help determine your teaching order.
Making a frequency count of your own material allows you to determine which calls you neglect to use, and which calls
you overuse. Sometimes the results aren't obvious.