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Three different sources are saying three different things.

Hovering over my name shows a value of 249 for today.

Hovering over today's "bar" in the rep graph shows 253. shows 245

Which is the correct value? 245 seems right, since I've had 3 accepts, so that's where I should cap out, and I seem to recal /reputation being a priori always correct, but I wanted to make sure. Not worried, just wondering.

Also, if anyone's wondering, these various off by four differences are caused by my own stupidity. I've deleted two answers of score -2. Between deletes I did a manual recalc to "fix" my rep. I guess these three sources pull based on different calculations, all treating deletions differently.

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Yes, /reputation is the most correct value. The other stuff will catch up eventually.

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