Is there an SF report that shows the number of posts catagorized by buckets in reputation score? I.E. how many posts coming users within each month with reputation values from 0-100, 100-1000, 1000-5000,5000-10000, 10000 and above.

I'd be interested to see this if it is available. If so, how do can I get a report like this.

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    I'd be surprised if you couldn't get this info with the SF data explorer; with a bit of luck, someone will already have written one, or something like it you can adapt. – womble Oct 27 '15 at 8:22
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    And if you can't find one and don't know / want to write one, give a holla. I'm sure I have some free time later on to try and cobble one up. – Reaces Oct 27 '15 at 9:14
  • Go for it!..................... – mdpc Oct 27 '15 at 23:40

There is now.
It's not pretty, and there might be mistakes in there, I'll have to review it later.

You have to input the year, otherwise the graph looks like a mess (and I'm bad with graphs).
And it probably needs a few less joins...
But it's fast enough right now for ServerFault.

Fun little first thing I noticed, if you look at each year, the 0-100 group used to be the minority, it has steadily grown to be the most active group on the site.
Meanwhile the 10000+ group has been slowly declining (all-be-it much slower).

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  • How does this split into Q & A ? – user9517 Oct 29 '15 at 8:49
  • @Iain You want me to turn this into a comment? – Reaces Oct 29 '15 at 8:50
  • @Iain or did I misread you and is this what you ment Segregated in Questions and Answers. Putting it all in one result might be a bit crowded. – Reaces Oct 29 '15 at 9:08
  • I was interested in the split between Q and A - thanks for the update. – user9517 Oct 29 '15 at 11:17
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    Monthly averages might allow you to show the longer term trends. The really dramatic split between people <1000 and >1000 asking questions is interesting. I think that shows the split between the cluefull and the rest. – user9517 Oct 29 '15 at 11:37

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