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How do I see a graph of a user's total reputation over time?

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Click on a user's name, then click on network profile underneath their avatar:

Network profile link

That brings you to their global Stack Exchange profile. From there, click on the reputation tab, and you'll get a graph of the user's total reputation over time. For example, here's yours:

Reputation graph

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Ahhhhh it's in the global profile?! I was looking all over my SO profile but couldn't find it, thanks! (And lol, now the whole world sees my history... xD) –  Mehrdad May 1 '11 at 8:58
    
@Mehrdad it used to be on the individual site profiles, but it was removed when they redid the reputation pages as it was considered inaccurate and not useful. –  user149432 May 1 '11 at 9:01
    
Yeah I knew it was there, so I went on looking for it and couldn't figure out where it went haha. –  Mehrdad May 1 '11 at 9:03
    
I always looked at my graph on SO. Too bad they moved it - and replaced it with the bar chart. –  drozzy May 7 '11 at 23:15
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The new bar chart (reputation gained by day) is almost useless for me: non accumulative and too noisy. –  leonbloy May 11 '11 at 18:04
    
Note that the network profile button now moved to the right of the user profile page. –  Jeroen Wiert Pluimers Feb 19 at 12:31
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