Stack Overflow -------------- Questions Accepted >= 1 answers Closed (Ex Deleted) 10386638 5819260 9148900 443261 Here, 56% of questions have an accepted answer and 88% have 1 or more answer (i.e. 12% have no answers). 4% are closed. Ask Ubuntu ---------- Questions Accepted >= 1 answers Closed (Ex Deleted) 204114 69534 ...


There's a very dangerous monster that prowls the site at night, usually around 3 o'clock UTC she comes out. Half shark and half feline she roams with a waddling sidekick. Clearing the site of all old, downvoted, and unanswered posts. The roombacat! Okay, so there is no cat, or duck. At least, I've never seen them... There is a roomba though. And it ...


This great answer to a question I asked a while back uses StackExchange Data Explorer to do some simply brilliant graphs - you might find this one interesting: You may need to login to stackExchange Data Explorer to view the graph and stuff


You can't post a question without viewing it. Seems logical that it would always read 1 or higher.


Conclusion: moderators suck at reviewing :D :D :D All the best wishes to all.


So, apparently Thomas put together a funnel for this before he left. I'm not 100% sure what his intention for using it was, so I'm just gonna post a screenshot of the current results: Looks like we're discouraging maybe 12% of askers from posting in that tag. Which strikes me as... Reasonable. For comparison, here are the stats for every other tag warning ...


Stack Exchange has an API to access user profiles: https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/types/user. I have never made use of it, so that's all I can say about it.


One thing I noticed recently is that there is a widget in the StackExchange Android App that displays your current reputation: Note this will probably use a bit of battery and internet data. I don't use anything like this on my phone much because of that (also in this case I ain't to bothered about my reputation either :) Also note there is StackApplet [1] ...


I've forked Marco's query to allow you to specify the CreationDate. That should do what you were asking. You could add a minimum age parameter too. I'd suggest learning a bit of SQL is you want to get the best out of Data.SE. It's a good tool but it can get pretty hairy if you're not sure what you're doing.

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