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I'd like to see a way to browse the most upvoted / downvoted question (or answer), the question with more views, an so on...

Is there a way to do it in SO?

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For answers, there's always SEDE. I know for a fact this is the highest voted answer ever. – NullUserException อ_อ Oct 6 '10 at 16:24
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This can be done with the data explorer. For example:

Alternatively, the 10k tools provide such lists (only for the last 30 days, though).

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OH thats great. Thanks! – Acacio Nerull Oct 6 '10 at 16:27
The 10k tools only provide such lists from within a certain period of time (up to 30 days), not all-time. – Jon Seigel Oct 6 '10 at 16:42

You can use the API to query all of the things that you ask for.

The onlything available right now through the site is the votes tab where you can see the questions with the most votes.

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