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For example:

You have gained X reputation from upvoted answers. You have lost Y reputation from downvoted answers. You have gained Z reputation from accepted answers.

Even better might be to see which tags have generated reputation for yourself (or even other users). This would be a great way to be able to quickly tell how much authority on a given subject someone has. For example, if someone is answering my jQuery question, and they have > 10k rep, but < 100 of it is from answering/asking questions tagged with jQuery, that would be useful info.

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

The reputation audit tells you how it is made up of individual parts, but doesn't give overall figures. You should be able to write a script to do that, though.

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This is cool! What do the code numbers on the far left mean though? – Ender Oct 6 '10 at 15:27
@Ender: They're the VoteTypeId. See this. – Gelatin Oct 6 '10 at 15:49
Excellent! Thank you. – Ender Oct 6 '10 at 15:59

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