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My profile on careers show that I am Top 10% on the tag.


While I might have answered a few questions (well, not that much: only 15) that were tagged as , I know almost nothing of it -- and I am absolutely not looking for any kind of related job.

I have tried setting that tag as a disliked one ; but it still appears in the Top 10% list.


Would it be possible to exclude some tags from the Top X% lists ?
Either by setting them as disliked, or by another mean ?


Here's a screenshot of the top of my profile, in public view, that shows what I'm posting about :

      unwanted tags in top 10% list

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Wow. After looking at your profile, that "Top 10%" seems like it must be nearly meaningless. Multiple people have more points in that tag in the last 30 days than you do overall. What's even the point? – McCannot Jul 20 '11 at 20:56
    
Yeah, that tag, in my case, is a perfect example of how "top 10%" can be wrong ^^ ; I suppose it's due to the fact that some of my answers have gotten quite a few upvotes (but my answers were generally not specific to asp.net, and would have been true for any other language -- which is why I knew good answers) – Pascal MARTIN Jul 20 '11 at 21:06
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If you click the second "edit" link* on your profile's edit view, it gives you the option of selecting which tags you want displayed, and whether or not you'd like anything to be displayed at all:

Tag percentile selection

*After this question was posted, the edit link was moved so that it was closer to the actual tags, making it easier to find.

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Ooops, never quite noticed that link nor though it would edit the tag (as it's on the right side of the photo) ; That's exactly what I was looking about, thanks ! – Pascal MARTIN Jul 20 '11 at 20:56
    
Yeah, the placement is a bit confusing. I actually found it the first time by accident, after clicking it trying to figure out what it was for. – Tim Stone Jul 20 '11 at 21:02

I got a nibble that appeared to be related to my positions as an "expert" in a tag that I know nothing about, too.

You can edit which tags are shown using the lower button beside your avatar... enter image description here

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Two answers in 4 minutes, both during the same minute ; I definitely love SO/meta ! Thanks for your answer :-) – Pascal MARTIN Jul 20 '11 at 20:58

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