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My user account on Server Fault:

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States that I'm kickass at answering questions with and . But I'm not really; I just got lucky with one particular answer.

I have no idea how these tags are calculated (probably average score for each answer, giving me a massive score for those two tags. I'm fairly sure my total score from would be higher).

Is there some way that this can ignore outliers?

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Same thing with my top tag on Physics: physics.stackexchange.com/search?q=user:7433+[light] Now there are other posts, but this was ot the case a while ago--I had one +20 post and maybe a small post, that was it. – Manishearth Apr 11 '12 at 5:28

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