Is it possible to show the leaderboard for a group of users, for example friends or colleagues using a list of user IDs?

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It's quite easy to generate an all-time leaderboard using the Stack Exchange Data Explorer. As an example, I have compiled a list of user IDs from Stack Exchange staff (via this method) and used that for a Meta Stack Exchange leaderboard for this group:

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Note that SEDE is updated once a week, on Sunday morning (but the leaderboards aren't real-time either). SEDE is worse at compiling weekly/monthly leaderboards, that requires complicated queries similar to this one.

  • This is great - Bonus Question: I guess it's not easily possible across multiple sites, because the user IDs differ, right?
    – Alex
    Sep 16, 2020 at 12:48
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    Oh, that's certainly possible, because site accounts are connected via a network account with an ID you can find here: stackexchange.com/users/current. But due to association bonuses etc. simply taking the sum of the reputation isn't really meaningful.
    – Glorfindel Mod
    Sep 16, 2020 at 13:34

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