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How do I read the history of my reputation?

I see some [blank] and inconsistent reputations with the real upvotes here for 2012-08-20

Is this an expected behaviour or some kind of bug?

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marked as duplicate by animuson, Toon Krijthe, Pops, kiamlaluno, jadarnel27 Aug 29 '12 at 6:02

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I am assuming you are talking about your reputation for dated 20th Aug. have a look at to following image,

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Well as per the reputation rule, you can earn maximum 200 reputation from the upvote/downvote. The upvotes after that limit will not consider any reputation increment. This rule doesnt include accepted reputation or bounty reputation.

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Especially "This rule doesnt include accepted reputation or bounty reputation." helped a lot. Thanks – L.B Aug 21 '12 at 15:58

It seems you've hit the reputation cap of 200. Well done. This is explained in How does "Reputation" work?

The relevant quote is:

"You can earn a maximum of +200 reputation from upvotes and suggested edits in any given day. Accepted answers and bounties are counted separately"

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Thanks for explaining. – L.B Aug 21 '12 at 15:59

This is because the user reached the 200 rep-per-day cap. There can be some inconsistencies when you reach that cap.

Further reading:
Got 45 rep for the answer, lost 185 rep when it was deleted

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Thanks for explaining. – L.B Aug 21 '12 at 16:00

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