In an effort to improve myself in LaTeX and communication thereof, one metric I have used to assess the quality of my answers on this site is to take my total reputation and divide it by the total number of answers I've given (this is because I don't know how to reckon the total number of upvotes I've received). It helps measure how well I can convey useful information to others, which is not quite the same as measuring how proficient I am (or not) at LaTeX.
Sadly, in my case, this ratio is quite low compared to the major contributors. In some cases, it may be because I try to answer very particular questions that may garner little general interest, outside of the OP. But I also am cognizant of the lesser quality I often provide relative to others.
But, regardless of reason, this ratio gives me a metric I can use to measure and work on my improvement over time. But I found one glitch: on days where you max out at 200 points, there will be upvotes not reflected in the reputation number.
So my question is this: is there a convenient way on the site to see a tally of total upvotes for a user, so as to calculate a more relevant metric (upvotes per answer) rather than reputation per answer. And, if not, I guess that would be a feature request.