I'm hoping an SQL guru can whip this out in a jiffy, using stackql or stateoverflow.
I'd like to get a number for each user that represents their reputation over the number of posts they've contributed, to see what their average rep per post is. This may have already been done, but my searches haven't found it.
Ultimately I'd like to compare my own score against the rest of SO by placing everyone's rep/posts on a scatter plot. So my own score is about 38 (28102rep/740posts), and a sampling of the top users shows a range of around 18 to 42. Doubtless my high score is due to me not contributing much for these last several months where questions appear to be getting less rep as the site becomes busier.
Still, I love numbers, and am hoping someone has already done this, or can show a relatively easy way to do this.