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Zoom out to full view (Ctrl + 0 on PC keyboard, or Cmd + 0 on Mac keyboard) and it will work. I'm not sure what the details are, but something doesn't register properly when you are zoomed in.


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In the network profile reputation graph, they use Highcharts JS v2.2.0, as can be seen in the page source code.


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Other than the recalc page, you can also check your network reputation graph.


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This exists, but it's on your network profile under the reputation tab:


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That's because if the graph would say 143, it would have to show where those 3 reps have gone, but it doesn't because the downvotes are private and can be seen only by moderators and the owner of that profile. Oded is an employee, he has a diamond, so he can see where the downvotes have affected the rep of Stéphane Martin. The screenshot he posted: You ...


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I'd be inclined to leave it, for a few reasons: It's using Highcharts, and it's probably hard to adjust the labels anyway (A quick run through the documentation doesn't reveal anything obvious), but the smart developers could probably figure it out if they really wanted to. Jon Skeet is just awesome. We should let him break stuff - there's nothing more epic ...


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So, I finally decided to dig into the code and see what's causing this. It turns out to be a one-line bug in the StackExchange.user.initRepGraphs() function. Specifically, at the top of this function, there's a loop that tries to "massage the data into a format that highcharts will like". One part of this is converting a (year / month / day) tuple into ...


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Yeah, this was simple, so I did it. Also added a subtle hover to the container's background color, to hopefully help indicate there's a tooltip. NOW GIMMIE THE REPS! :)


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you have already hit the maximum reputation for a day which is 200 ( upvote,dowvote ). so after that, it is not going to add any more upvote value. For more clearification,This figure 200 does not include accepted reputation ( +15 ) or any bounty reputation. It only includes upvotes.


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There is a reputation cap. Congrats for hitting it! You can only earn 200 rep per day from upvotes and downvotes combined. Other sources of reputation (bounties, accepted answers, etc.) are exempt.


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I've graphed the data from your SE graph and your /reputation page: Analyzing that data, I found a discrepancy on 22 days On these days, the graph increased more than /reputation: Date Graph /rep Diff 2013-11-11 50 10 40 2013-11-15 70 0 70 2013-11-17 10 0 10 2013-11-26 55 0 55 2013-11-28 126 18 ...


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Go to https://stackoverflow.com/reputation After each day when you earn (or lose) reputation you'll see a line like: -- 2010-10-08 rep +50 = 28917 So look for the date you're interested in in this output and you'll see what reputation you had on that day.


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I'm declining this. If you toy around with your system date, you should know what you're doing. Especially in times where most computer clocks are set via NTP anyway, it's reasonable to assume that the user's clock is correct. In fact the concept of "user changes computer's clock" is impossible to fully support (try setTimeout(function () { alert("done"); },...


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Accounts must have a minimum of 200 reputation to appear in this graph The start of the graph will strangely be before 200, but this is because it also displays around 1 week before you hit 200.


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This would be an immense amount of work for little payoff (in fact - it makes the graph less accurate). While I agree it can be prettier, this isn't a way we'll implement, for a few reasons: Large time investment Customization of a third-party plugin The case of "offered a bounty" and "got up/down votes" on the same day (this happens very, very often) just ...


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Okay, here is a Stack Exchange, Data Explorer query for that. See Votes over time for a specific question and its answers. For example, for this question, it outputs this graph: (Click for larger image) Notes: The question and answer legend is ordered by which got voted on first. This seems to be a design artifact of the graph engine. SEDE data is ...


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Update: as of May-June 2016, this appears to be fixed. Clicking reputation tab at network profile appears to load the graph (screen shot). For the sake of completeness, I typically observe a noticeable delay in loading, last time it was about a minute. This issue seems to be related to my voting habits. I have many (I think few thousands) -1 reputation ...


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The graph does not track rep with millisecond precision; it only adds a single point to the graph every day. Today you have 100 more rep than yesterday. status-bydesign


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Only those accounts with over 200 reputation are shown in the graph. Area 51 reputation is not shown at all. The 200 rep requirement also holds true for a site to be shown on your "combined flair" feature (see http://[any SE site you have linked accounts on]/users/<youruseridnumber>/<yourusername>?tab=flair or the Flair tab of your profile)


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Your reputation graph is fixed now, and your network flair will look fixed as well in a day or so (it's cached for 24 hours). The bug that affected your Programmers and Apple accounts also affected ~50 other accounts that crossed the 200-rep threshold on July 22. On that day, a glitch in one of our scheduled tasks caused duplicate user records to be ...


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They could have a button on there that if clicked would only show you positive net values. Positive Nets Only


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Only sites on which you have at least 200 reputation will be shown, and the graph is only updated once per day (sometime after UTC midnight). It looks like you just passed the 200 reputation barrier on Jewish Life and Learning (and Stack Overflow, thanks to the association bonus), so your graph should appear sometime in the next few hours.


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You have already exceeded your reputation limit for today (200 reputation from question and answer votes) after the first two upvotes. Any remaining votes today don't give you any reputation. However, you can still earn reputation above the limit for accepted answers and bounties.


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I fully agree with this suggestion. However, I think that the existing screenshot doesn't do a good job of conveying the problem. Mostly because it doesn't include freehanded circles. Here's a screenshot of the full page. Note the proximity of the label which was cropped from the original screenshot: To illustrate the solution and how it might be ...


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Reputation Leagues for the rescue! The Stack Exchange Reputation Leagues (aka "Top Users") is what you need, as it can also show monthly reputation change, e.g. January 2014. You'll always see your own first, regardless of your actual rank, making it easy to see the change.


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When looking at the page source, it appears that Stack Exchange still uses Highcharts.js for their graphs (as of 26/06/2016). However, they use different versions. Meta.SE uses v2.1.9 (see here), whereas the Network Profile uses v2.2.0 (see here). This is proven by the source code of the reputation pages (both per-site and network): Meta.SE reputation ...


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It depends on how long one has been a member on the site. The graph will pick up a max of 4 years of reputation data if it exists. If a member has been around less than 4 years, 1 year of data will be used, then 4 months, then (if a user has been around under 4 months), all the available data will be used.


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Wooops, good catch. Fixed now. (Example)


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It's not really clear what you mean by "disintegrate" - but certainly they don't tie up with what happens if you look at the "reputation by time" part of the user accounts. I have a sneaking suspicion this may be due to questions being undeleted: so when compared with a snapshot of reputation taken (say) on Sunday at midnight, Michael Stum may indeed have ...


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While not quite as good as having it implemented natively, I thought this was a pretty nifty idea and went ahead and added it to my userscript. In addition to the overlay in the top left corner, users of the script will also have an option to toggle the "Network Total" reputation series on and off. For convenience, the toggle setting is persisted in local ...


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