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I used to see a Stats link somewhere on the right sidebar of Stack Exchange sites. Now I can't seem to find them.

Where are all the site stats pages?

I was actually looking for the stats where there are Top Answerers, Top Askers, etc. Hence the name Stats pages. I used to find a link to that page on the front page, but now it's gone.

Something like this (from Stack Overflow). I think I remember a page like that for an entire site.

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This would be very useful on all SE sites. – RockPaperLizard Nov 18 '14 at 8:07

The stats are displayed for beta sites on the homepage, not the /questions page. Example, Unix.SE. You can also see stats for the beta sites on the Area51 site. Again, here is Unix.SE's page.

Additionally, you can find stats for all (beta and graduated) sites at

Edit Hrm, top askers and answerers? For stats on users on the sites, there is that tracks the top rep gains during various time spans. Is that what you're looking for?

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To clarify what has been confusing me for years, you see the statistics on the Stack Exchange site when you switch to "list view" instead of the default "grid view". – Dan Getz Aug 16 '15 at 18:44

The stats are only displayed for sites in beta.

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