There is deborphan, however it does not support anything similar to
However there is also popularity-contest.
The popularity-contest command gathers information about Debian packages installed on the system, and prints the name of the most recently used executable program in that package as well as its last-accessed time (atime) and last-attribute-changed time (ctime) to stdout.
This is an opt-out by default option in Ubuntu, inherited from Debian, as it sends data on what packages you use to Debian servers with
You can read about it here: https://popcon.debian.org/README
Anyway you can use it to achieve your goal. The idea is described here:
However if you don't want your packages stats to be sent to Debian (accidentally or not), you should better make some steps to prevent it.
I.e. you can block
sudo editor /etc/hosts
and add this line into it:
Also you can replace
/usr/share/popularity-contest/popcon-upload with some dummy script.
First wipe it with:
echo -n "" | sudo tee /usr/share/popularity-contest/popcon-upload
sudo editor /usr/share/popularity-contest/popcon-upload
And save it with something like this:
Keep in mind that these changes won't be permanent and the mentioned file might get replaces with future upgrades.