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The reputation points graph only appears to show accounts with more than 200 reputation points. I've been wondering for a month why one of my accounts is missing in this graph. Now that one account has 215 reputation, but it is not visible. Is there another limit?

I think it would be helpful if the graph could have a notice explaining this. Could we have one?

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Hm. There was a time that we hid sub-200 accounts from the "accounts" page under a fold that could be expanded. We've since made it so that all accounts are visible at all times, but I guess we never made any change on the graph so its limited scope is unstated. Nice catch. – Grace Note Dec 26 '12 at 14:51
@Grace yep, the tooltip can be changed to "Reputation across the network for accounts with at least 200 points" or something like that. – Shadow Wizard Dec 26 '12 at 15:08
@GraceNote are there some updates? Is this issue on a todo list? :-) – rekire Dec 28 '12 at 11:15
No, no updates at the moment that I can offer. – Grace Note Dec 28 '12 at 12:06

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