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I would love to get access to the info from /users/recent/id (specifically, where I'm getting my rep from) but I can't find it linked anywhere from my /users/id page.

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I would answer this but I'm sure it's a dupe and I don't have the energy for freehand circles on a Monday morning. Oh crap, it's afternoon now... So I guess, click on your username at the top of the screen, then click the Reputation tab underneath your profile info. – squillman Nov 16 '09 at 17:53

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Click on the little envelope next to your username at the top of the screen.

where the envelope is

You'll find tabs that will give you a breakdown of what other people are doing with your stuff (up/downvoting you, responding to your posts) etc.

If you click on your username itself, you can see a breakdown of what you are doing: your questions and answers, your own comments and edits, etc. There is also a nice pretty graph showing how your reputation is going up over time. :)

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Jason! Very subtle, random ;) – Ladybug Killer Nov 17 '09 at 8:29
I have not found this and I am a user for about a year. Maybe this should be more prominent and also linked with a real descriptive caption in the user profile? – Patrick Cornelissen Apr 9 '10 at 9:28

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