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Why is my status bar reputation different from stackoverflow.com/reputation ?

I've noticed that the score displayed on the /reputation page is 197 lower than that in my profile (http://stackoverflow.com/users/244297/eugene-y). Is it possible to find out the reason?

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marked as duplicate by Gelatin, Pops, BinaryMisfit Oct 12 '10 at 20:02

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@Simon Maybe. But the difference there is much lower (6) and the log is showing a greater value, than profile. – eugene y Oct 12 '10 at 19:06
    
They're still for similar reasons (e.g. upvotes/downvotes on deleted posts). – Gelatin Oct 12 '10 at 19:16
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Because your score is not updated for all changes. The /reputation page is the more accurate and shows what you will have after a recalc.

Possible reasons:

  • You got upvotes on some answer and then the question was deleted.
  • you delete a post with upvotes of your own.
  • there are some more scenarios.
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