After selecting a site and a date, you'll see your questions and answers, grouped by date,
for the week you've selected in the tables below.

The "Weekly Summary" section shows general statistics about your participation in the
site on that week.

Each "Daily Summary" table contains the following information, in order from left to right:

Question or Answer title and link

Score: The current "score" of this post (including both up and down votes)

Rep: The amount of rep these votes represent, assuming you didn't hit the daily cap from votes on this post.

% Rep: The percentage of all the rep on the question that you gained from your answer.

Views: The total number of views the question has, to date.

Adj. Views: The number of views you get "credit" for, assuming the views are divided among
the post authors based on the percentage of the rep they got on the question.

Score/Views: The ratio of the post's score to the total number of views, expressed as a percent.
Essentially, what percentage of the people who viewed the question thought you deserved something
for your contribution?

To simplify the math involved, I am considering posts that have an overall negative rep to contribute 0 rep instead.

Weekly summary:

Choose a date to generate that week's stats:

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