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On Stack Overflow, where I can see the count of how many question and answers I've edited, and how many votes given by me in order to close questions?

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I don't think either of those metrics are displayed anywhere in the UI. The last editor of a post is available in the data dump, so there's a SEDE query to sum those, but it misses any edits you've made that were superseded by a later edit, and it doesn't use live data so it's missing any edits you've made since the last data dump. There's a similar query for close voting

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