Currently when you view your user profile and select your reputation history, you get a lovely little chart detailing the growth of your reputation score, and you can select a range of dates to see a list of exactly what questions garnered you how much reputation during that period. However, the range MUST start on a different date than it ends upon.

Being the sort of geek who loves to watch numbers go up, I would like the default graph to have the ability to display one single day's worth of reputation so I can see, for example, how close I am (or was) to hitting the rep cap that day, and which questions/answers did best on just that day.

If this does get implemented, a nice shortcut might be to have the dots on the chart be double-clickable to display that one day.

  • I suppose this can be tagged as [status-completed] now. The graph is gone, but your reputation tab now has a nice breakdown of your recent points.
    – RegDwigнt
    Mar 18, 2011 at 16:12

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You can sort of do this:

  1. Visit https://english.stackexchange.com/reputation
  2. Scroll down to the bottom.

The format is: 1 234567 (10), where 1 is the vote type, 234567 is the post ID, and 10 is the reputation earned or lost, excluding square bracketed reputation ([10]). The votes are listed in the order they were cast.

  • I know, and I've been using that feature a fair bit, but seeing [2 12882 10 / 2 12882 10 / 3 12883 15] isn't nearly as nice as "+20: Mine vs. Mein, +15: Sesquipedalian logorrhea".
    – Hellion
    Feb 16, 2011 at 0:50

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