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Is there a way I can see my reputation gain by my Questions and Answers separately?

Currently the "Reputation History" chart shows me both together, so I don't know which ones I'm better at!

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Add your questions and answers into separate browser bookmark folders, then count how many there are.

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At last a simple and no-pain solution! Thanks for the brilliantly simple idea. – Jarvis Aug 12 '09 at 19:38

The recent activity envelope link always gives me what I need.

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You can only go back so far (to last month?), but I agree with this being the best view for rep up and rep down. – TheTXI Aug 11 '09 at 15:50
@TheTXI: That is whole different problem then. – GEOCHET Aug 11 '09 at 15:56
@Rich B - What I'm looking for is a way to tell if my answers are better than my questions, basically. – Jarvis Aug 11 '09 at 16:06
@Jeremy Rudd: Then do some analysis on the data dump. – GEOCHET Aug 11 '09 at 16:44

I would point you towards the data dump, where you can find which posts are questions or answers by their PostTypeId in the posts table. PostTypeId = 2 is an answer, whereas PostTypeId = 1 is a question.

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That's not a very accurate solution except on the time periods that the dumps are for. Anything occuring after the dump would not be shown. – TheTXI Aug 11 '09 at 15:50
But it would show which he's better at (questions/answer). It doesn't sound like he needs the exact rep for each, but rather some sort of average score. – Ian Elliott Aug 11 '09 at 15:55

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