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When I look at the reputation tab, the graph seems to show the what I would expect to be the correct reputation, but my is set to 119.

I had been at 99 rep when I posted answers on the 2 questions that show up.

http://stackoverflow.com/users/4043/sean-lynch?tab=reputation

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Since reputation is denormalized, it can sometimes get out-of-sync with what's in the Votes table.

You can check your real reputation here: http://stackoverflow.com/reputation

From there, you can also trigger a recalc once per day that will sync up your reputation score.

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Thank you that works :) – Sean Lynch Jan 23 '11 at 14:33

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