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In network profile of a user there's a reputation tab, which shows a graph for reputation over time of that user for all sites (for 200+ rep).

What should I do if I want to compare someone's graph with mine, in a single graph? Also the question can be applied to more than two users!

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Why do you want to do this? –  ChrisF Oct 23 '12 at 8:34
    
@ChrisF To compare in which months I had more activity and in which he has more! Anyway we could ask, why someone would want to see other people's reputation graph at all? So why is it public? –  saeedn Oct 23 '12 at 8:45
    
You have the reputation leagues for that, though it's per-site. To have what you want you need to write your own code, users reputation is public and also exposed via API. –  Shadow Wizard Oct 23 '12 at 8:47
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If you have a good reason - and include it in the question - then your request is more likely to be considered. –  ChrisF Oct 23 '12 at 8:47
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Do it in Excel. Record all the reputation changes for all the days of interest for yourself and whoever else. Put them in Excel, and use a bar chart. :P –  ronalchn Oct 23 '12 at 8:50
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You can use Rep Compare - Utility for Comparing Reputation - Version 0.8 to graph your reputation on the same scale as other users. It's an app that you have to download and run, but the guy who wrote it is pretty trustworthy (he's a Stack Overflow moderator).

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