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I'm interested on the correlation between the reputation of SO members and the number of votes.

Is there a chart giving this correlation: for example the mean of up-votes given by week and by reputation range and also the mean of up-votes received by week and by reputation range? Globally and also separated for questions and answers.

I suspect that a big part of the up-votes are given people with a low reputation to people with a high reputation, but without any figures I can not comment.

So, Who is up-voting who on

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i'm upvoting you on SO. but only on alternate tuesdays when i forget my password. (seriously, tho, voting histories are anonymized; that data isn't generally accessible.) – quack quixote May 5 '10 at 2:11
I'm not asking the raw data, just the statistics. – Vicente Botet Escriba May 5 '10 at 6:06

This is something you'd have to parse out of the data dump.

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