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Thanks for the pointer to the XML data dumps, @Charles Stewart. I used the June 2013 data dump (formerly here: http://www.clearbits.net/torrents/2141-jun-2013) and extracted the tex.se portion into a MongoDB database instance for easy querying. The dataset consisted of over 103K Post records and 27K User records. Every post has a type associated with it. ...


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There is no specific search query for this in the StackExchange user interface. However, to find what you're looking for, you can visit: https://tex.stackexchange.com/tags/<tag>/topusers where you specify <tag>. Alternatively, follow Tags Hover of the tag of interest and select "Top users": Resulting screen highlights a number of statistics ...


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The total reputation is your current reputation, while the year reputation is the reputation you have earned/lost this year. Since you started out with a reputation of 1, they differ by one. People who had a prior active account on another SE site start with 101 reputation. I don't know where the additional 26 difference comes from for Claudio. Maybe a rep ...


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I don't think the Data Explorer (data.stackexchange.com) will help: you need the fixpoint of an operation over the graph and I don't think the query language supports that. There are other options: There is an API to query this content - https://stackapps.com/ - though hammering the API with recursive queries might get you in trouble, and The whole ...


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While these aren't really statistics, you can find out who answered your questions using the SEDE. Specifically, this query which lists the User ID, display name and answer/post link: declare @UserId int = ##UserId##; -- Who Has Answered My Questions? select u.Id as [UserId], u.displayname as [Name], a.Id as [Post Link] from users as u inner join posts as ...


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I ended up posting that question on meta Stack Overflow (there), but it turned out to be a duplicate of Is there a possibility of seeing a graph of a question's views over time? Short (yet definitive) answer: no, that's not possible.


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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): To some extent, it echoes your reputation graph: This is to be expected since most reputation is earned within a short period of being active (posting content)...


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Most answerers on this site contribute their knowledge for the good of the community, the wish to read nicely typeset documents, and the fun of it, and don't need individual recognition. This is what I put in the acknowledgements of a book that just came out: Wizards at \url{tex.stackexchange.com} were always quick to answer \TeX{}nical questions.


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2011 Summary The first full year of TeX.SE since going public on Aug 2, 2010, and its subsequent graduation (on Nov 11, 2011). Posts (Questions and Answers) Posts by day Average posts by day-of-week Posts by time-of-day; post activity peaks around 4PM UTC 50% of questions are answered in under 35 minutes Major network events related to posts that may ...


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