We already have the close votes (
VoteTypeId = 6), but there aren't any close reasons associated with each vote.
Why should this query be closed?
o exact duplicate
This query covers exactly the same ground as other queries for these data; the other queries retrieve the data more efficiently.
o off topic
Queries on the Stack Exchange Data Explorer are expected to generally relate to Stack Exchange in some way, within the scope defined in the faq. Queries unrelated to Stack Exchange will not be successful, regardless of how many unicorns or waffles were involved in their creation.
o not constructive
This query is not a good fit to our archived data format. We expect queries to generally request data that people would care about; this query will likely solicit zero interest.
o not a real query
It's difficult to tell what is being asked for here. This query is poorly formatted, overly inefficient or syntactically incorrect and cannot be reasonably executed in its current form.
o too localized
This query is unlikely to ever help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to any of the sixteen people who will ever visit SEDE.
It doesn't give you the reasons for individual close votes, but there is a query on data explorer that associates a user to closed questions and the combined close reason: http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/s/792/how-many-questions-have-i-helped-to-close
Close Reason Count ---------------------------- ----- Not a real question 252 Off topic 241 Exact duplicate 118 Subjective and argumentative 56 Too localized 27 (Total) 694
I'm guessing you're after the full breakdown by reason, though, and that doesn't seem to be available. I will note that per-user reasons aren't displayed on the site, either, whereas "closed as ... by ..." is displayed. So I believe this request would technically expose additional information beyond what's currently public.