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Is there a way to find most voted questions from a certain time period, e.g from the last month? Now I can find a tag and then select "Votes" but AFAICS this is list of "all time most voted".

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If you have 10,000+ reputation or are a diamond moderator, this is available in the moderator tools section.

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Ok, thanks, I think it would be a good idea to get this available for all users. – jrara Jun 12 '11 at 5:19

If you know sql, or are willing to learn, check out - it contains a relatively recent copy of the site, with some things (like voting records) removed.

You can use a little SQL to find something similar to what you need - such as highest voted posts that were originally created during a specific time period.

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Ok, thanks for this info! – jrara Jun 12 '11 at 5:18

I imagine these search operators didn't exist when this question was posted but it is possible to restrict the search to posts last active or created within a specific date range.

So searching for is:question created:2013-10-21..2013-11-20 and selecting the "Votes" tab will bring back the top voted questions in the last month (at the time of writing).

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