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This graph is interesting to stare at for a while, but the best bit, in my opinion, is the color groups. For the sites I'm most familiar with, the organization makes sense: Hermeneutics fits well with the other religion sites. (Philosophy makes since too, considering how often the concept of God pops up over there.) Travel and Linguistics fit perfectly ...


Looks like the folks over at ExpressionEngine.SE don't get out much.


Looks like highcharts because inspecting the DOM reveals stuff such as: <svg ...> <defs> <clipPath id="highcharts-1"> ... <g class="highcharts-grid" zIndex="1"> ...


TagOverflow, with code and description on GitHub. See posts: TagOverflow - interactive exploration of Stack Exchange tags Map of all Stack Exchange sites (except the three biggest)


You can see a graph of you reputation on all sites where you have over 200 reputation from your global Stack Exchange profile: This one's mine, but you get the idea.


As part of implementing multiple result sets I'm going through and cleaning up various parts of the query pipeline, and that happened to include a preliminary fix for this issue. The change defers the rendering of the graph until the first time that the tab is actually shown, which will at least prevent the browser from freezing/crashing right away. I may ...


To get an start with an query that will roughly give you an history of events based on the public available data in SEDE check this one: declare @uid int = ##userid:int?607407## select creationdate , 'Posted ' + substring('QA',posttypeid,1) as event , id as [Post Link] , owneruserid as [User Link] from posts where owneruserid = @uid union ...


The help topic is a bit misleading, additional number columns can actually only be added to the first two combinations (number, number and date, number). I'll make a note to update this. The last two combinations (number, string, number and date, string, number) produce multiple series by aggregating results based on the string column and then displaying ...


Yes, it is. Seeing as we have a highcharts.js sitting in the codebase ;)


There are actually 2 reputation graphs, I think the one you are referring is the the graph in reputation tab. The graph in reputation tab is rendered using highcharts in fact it is a master-detail type of chart. While coming to the other one in the summary tab, its a html graph not a highcharts one.


This tool gives you actual values, individual percentage growth, 6 month history, and live queries so the data is always up to date:


I don't think we should provide graphs in the close review queue. Yes, it would work in our favor currently with the fuzzy queue going on. However, once it gets lowered to like 3 stars, it will probably work to demotivate people instead of motivating them. I'll still do my 40 reviews every day (unless for some reason I can't), but I don't think this ...


The source code is your friend. Since you already have an idea of what you are looking for, all you need to do is confirm: view source for the page and search for "highcharts". What do you know, there are hits for that term in the source. I think you have your answer. For most questions of this nature, the fastest way to get an answer is to look at the ...

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