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I have a saved query to find the percentage of self-answered questions (no restriction on self-accepted) on Data Explorer.

http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/s/1115/self-answered-questions

How do I run that against another site? I tried

http://data.stackexchange.com/metastackoverflow/s/1115/self-answered-questions

And it gave an ugly runtime error. (This is a bug, no?)

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Nope, it's http://data.stackexchange.com/meta/s/1115/self-answered-questions

(Protip: You can click on the little site icons)

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Yep, there are little site icons one for the main site and one for the meta.

Note : User IDs are not the same for Stackoverflow and meta. Go to your profile see your id in the url, its different for each site.

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+1 for the userid thing, even though I already know that – RichardTheKiwi Mar 16 '11 at 9:26

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