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Do the migrated questions from other SE sites get counted in, or have effect on, the site's accept rate?

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What do you mean by accept rate? Do you mean your accept rate like this or are you talking about answer percentage like here – Some Helpful Commenter Jun 8 '12 at 19:42
I meant like the first example you have referred to. – Future2020 Jun 8 '12 at 19:46
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According to the blog, closed questions don't count for accept rate. Since migrated questions are closed, they won't count either.

To demonstrate that migrated questions are closed, you can use a search with closed:1. You'll see that migrated questions turn up. For example:

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I am not sure. The questions are pointed as [migrated] and not [closed]. I did not find any reference in the blog to the migrated questions. – Future2020 Jun 8 '12 at 19:44
@Future2020 That's only a cosmetic title change. The system edits the title when a question gets closed. Originally it said [Closed] even for migrated question. But a migrated question is still closed. – CodesInChaos Jun 8 '12 at 19:46
@Future2020: A migrated question is technically closed as "off topic" on the original site and migrated. – animuson Jun 8 '12 at 19:50
Even if they wouldn't count as closed(I'm pretty sure they do), migrated questions get automatically deleted after a few weeks. – CodesInChaos Jun 8 '12 at 19:53
@CodeInChaos: hmmm, i am still seeing a migrated question which is not yet deleted as you suggest even after "few" weeks. I am still wondering if there is a more informing and decisive answer to this :) – Future2020 Jun 8 '12 at 19:57

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