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In a previous question A clock into StackExchange to access time counting, given the numerous frequent changes and updates by the operators of the site I would like to know if there is a possibility of a time chart for a given period being printed.

It is important to me to motivate my professional development. A few months ago I saw some graphs in one of the many questions/answers asked by a user. At the moment I don't remember where it is.

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Here is a query on SEDE that highlights the unique days you were active on TeX.SE and counting the number of actions (votes, posts, suggested edit reviews and comments) you performed (that's public):

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To some extent, it echoes your reputation graph:

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This is to be expected since most reputation is earned within a short period of being active (posting content).

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    You can add his network graph profile stackexchange.com/users/9574961/sebastiano?tab=reputation – AndréC Feb 3 at 18:15
  • @AndréC Hi, yes I have seen the link of my network graph profile. Thank you, but it is not very exhaustive for my opinion. – Sebastiano Feb 3 at 20:03
  • @Werner Two questions: 1) I would to undestand well (all the explanations) of 1st graph in detail. It is now not clear. Among the tabs of the link data.stackexchange.com/tex/query/975273?UserId=117876#graph I have found very interesting the tab Results. It is have a file .xls (Download CSV) where I can stamp the file. But why into the date I have always 00:00:00? – Sebastiano Feb 3 at 20:20
  • @Werner Why isn't the duration of access reported? What is the explanation of Action_Cnt where I have only numbers? Finally, where can I get the last two charts? I ask you if possible to edit your excellent answer in relation to my comments that I will later delete. – Sebastiano Feb 3 at 20:20
  • @Sebastiano: In the query I extract only the year/month/day and remove the timestamp because some data (like the timestamp of a vote) is always 00:00:00. So, essentially, the query (1) extracts the date and timestamp of all actions you've performed, then (2) removes the time-stamp and (3) tallies/counts the actions to come up with a count by day. – Werner Feb 3 at 20:27
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    @Sebastiano: The duration is not available because it will most likely be such a large amount of information to keep track of (for very little value). You can see your own "days active on the site" by clicking on the calendar/visited days portion of your profile. That information is private and only visible by you. – Werner Feb 3 at 20:31
  • @Werner Very interesting calendar/visited days because I see the green cells when I have logged into TeX.SE. I have upvoted you and accept it. Thank you always very much. – Sebastiano Feb 3 at 20:46
  • @Sebastiano: Yes, that "calendar/visited days" is just a toggle to show you were on the site an that day. That is tracked regardless of whether you perform any other action. Just logging in/browsing on that day and it's captured. My answer provides a chart for some activities other than just logging in/browsing. – Werner Feb 3 at 20:53

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