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I'm trying to run a query which takes the top, say, 50 users on a site (bonus points if you can edit this number when running the query), and outputs a table listing all of the users, how many questions and answers each one has posted, and the ratio of these two numbers.

I'm sure this is possible with SEDE, but I can't figure out how to make it work. Is this possible?

  • short answer: Yes – bruglesco Apr 1 at 2:43
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Yes, it's possible, e.g. with this SEDE query.

Interestingly, one can even write this query while in a traffic jam ...

Feel free to fork it to experiment and don't forget to share interesting results :) As always, note that SEDE is updated once a week on Sunday morning, but for this query that shouldn't really be a problem.

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