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Your stated problem is considerably easier than the question you linked. You can use the /users/{ids}/answers route to get what you want -- with a little work. The trick is to use a filter that returns the answers.tags property. In your case, if you really just want totals, and for one user at a time, you can use the filter: !GeF-5u(cSumXA . The ...


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The API does not provide any method to determine a user's email address and it is unlikely to do so in the future. This would be a risk to both the user's privacy and his/her trust in Stack Exchange. And, a pressing need for this information has yet to be demonstrated, regarding the API. Note that Stack Exchange refuses to even provide the user's email hash ...


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You can use /users/{ids}/associated Try it for your network account Returns all of a user's associated accounts, given their account_ids in {ids}. {ids} can contain up to 100 semicolon delimited ids, to find ids programatically look for account_id on user objects. You can filter the network_users returned by this method with the types ...


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This is very costly to do in the API and currently impossible for many combinations of tag and date (because it would require more than the 10,000 allowed API calls per day). I'll write more about that tomorrow (11/11 or 11/12 UTC). Meanwhile, perhaps a SEDE query will work? The query: Top Answerers, by your tags and your date range takes your date range ...


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Until the feature request is approved, you can get this number in one of 3 ways: You can get slightly stale data with this SEDE query. Note that it uses your Stack Exchange account number (4337810 for the OP) -- which you can get by clicking on the "Accounts" listing of any profile page. Or, You can make a boatload of API calls to get the current ...


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Use the /users/{ids} route to get account_id. Then pass the account_id to /users/{ids}/associated. Note that account_id is exactly the kind of information that should be heavily cached by your script/app. (Hint, hint; wink, wink; nudge, nudge. (^_^) ) For example: /2.2/users/10349?site=superuser&filter=!T6o*9deY.2ZD3-(n4f Returns: { ...


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You can't as of now. It doesn't exist in the API. Here's a feature request I made - please upvote that for higher chances of getting this added! :)


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You need to use a filter that returns those properties. The default filter does not. Also, the API is at version 2.2. You should use that unless you've a very good reason not to. So try, for example: http://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/users/55075?site=stackoverflow&filter=!G*ky*lRuarbDJTpnwEtY-a05oz Or: ...


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Alas, no. The API currently does not have any easy way to track a user's edits. You can see what returns edit information by scrolling to the bottom of the revision object, documentation page. Currently, it says: Methods That Return This Type     posts/{ids}/revisions     revisions/{ids} Such cross-references are on every ...


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As you have discovered, you cannot do this with the current API. See, and upvote, this related feature request: Is there an API to upload images to SE's imgur installation? See, also, Using the Stack Exchange API to update my user profile? on Meta Stack Exchange. Your only current possibility is to manipulate the user's normal profile page, if you can. ...


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From the doc page for the /users/{ids}/associated route: You can filter the network_users returned by this method with the types parameter. Specify, semicolon delimited, main_site or meta_site to filter by site. So this means that for just a user's meta accounts you would use, for example:         ...


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No, this is not possible with the API: Neither the API, nor the main sites, provides a way to search on location. You can't even brute-force it, by downloading every user either. Because: There are currently 4,972,549 users on Stack Overflow. You can download, at most, 1 million user records per day. (10,000 API quota times pagesize of 100.) You ...


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The API is not a good tool for this (more below). Use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE) for this kind of bulk analysis. For example, this SEDE query shows the number of unique users who asked and/or answered in the PHP tag: Unique, Overall, Active Users: 384,835 Active Question Askers: 256,140 Active Answerers: 209,108 ...


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Although this can be annoying or confusing, there is no bug. Take a look at your Stack Exchange accounts page. Currently it shows: (Click for larger image) 10 questions, here on Stack Apps, and 1 question on Stack Overflow. Those are the same numbers currently reported for you by /users/{ids}/associated. Both sets of numbers are currently stale (You ...



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