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If the columns are sortable, you can see:

  • Who are the fastest movers up or down
  • What is the rank of lowest or highest rep users
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indeed, great suggestion, now implemented! – Jeff Atwood Sep 8 '10 at 23:06
@Jeff: Very nice, thanks, though I had envisioned clickable column headers and ascending as well as descending sorts. In glancing at the data I am amazed that someone, for example, in a month earns a mere 49 points and jumps 21529 positions to rank #3046 with a total reputation of 2,066. – Dennis Williamson Sep 9 '10 at 1:53
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We looked at this, but the only other two sorting criterias possible are

  • total reputation

  • rank change

.. is that enough to justify? three total sort orders?

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Those are the two columns I mean. I think it would be cool to be able to see that. It would be like the "Gainers" on the Stock (er, I mean "Stack") Exchange. – Dennis Williamson Aug 28 '10 at 15:24

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