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How do I find the reputation score earned from answering questions on a particular tag? Is that possible? It need not be a perfect, but a general idea regarding the rep earned is sufficient.

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Your rep or someone else? – random Nov 15 '09 at 8:49
my own............... – user131638 Nov 15 '09 at 10:12

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If you've been very active in a tag, the "All time" values on the stats page may help (although this counts votes, not rep, which isn't quite the same). Otherwise... data dump?

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Didn't that page used to have the current user's stats at the bottom, or have I imagined it? – adrianbanks Nov 16 '09 at 21:14
Yes it did. I belive that was removed because it was the only non-cacheable piece of data and was probably expensive to calculate. You can get your numbers from the data-dump (or a stackql query) though. – Ether Nov 16 '09 at 21:50

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