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I know about where I can see:

#13853 week rank   
+23836 change 
586 total reputation 
12 week reputation

But I was wondering if there is a way to see reputation collected in a period of time (from date to date), or for example just per year, so I could see if I'm better/worse this year.

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If you want an exact number for past dates (The one @Lix gives can only get you an approximate), use the rep leagues.

Let's say you want to see the total rep you got in the last year. Click the "year" tab in the link you provided, then click prev year. Use the "type to find users" field to find yourself. Once you do, you can get a permalink like this by hovering over.

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reputation is not an exact science :P – Lix Jul 12 '12 at 7:05

On your Network Profile in the reputation tab, you can see your reputation plotted on a graph...

Depending how long you have been active on the site, you'll be able to see your reputation at a specific date and from there extract the data you are looking for.

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