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I'm trying to fetch a user's daily reputation change history for a project that's still early in the planning stages. I've been trying to use the "reputation" endpoint, but it seems like I can query globally and lose the per-day information, or query with date restrictions and get one day at a time - therefore getting each day's reputation change would require potentially hundreds or thousands of queries and processing.

The reputation graph script seems to scrape the data off the user's reputation page, but is there an "API method" of getting this data?

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Reputation history with perfect accuracy isn't something we actually have a fast way to generate at the moment.

There is some work under way to make such information available for other purposes, it will probably be exposed as part of a future API revision.

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Currently I'm pulling this data from the user's reputation graph by reading and parsing a page from their profile. It's a little kludgey, but if you guys don't have a problem with it, I can keep doing it this way until API n+1. – agent86 Jan 25 '12 at 19:42

you can track that on with stats and charts stackoverflow page

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