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Do we use the downvote button more than other sites?

We can use the Data Explorer to see how often we up- and downvote. This query compares the number of posts (including deleted ones) and the number of up- and downvotes for all sites in the network. On ...
Glorfindel's user avatar
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Is there a software solution if we do cut the cord from SE?

Converted from a comment: Codidact was born of a previous mass exodus from SE and has some experience with migrating data from SE to their software platform, QPixel.
Federico Poloni's user avatar
14 votes

Public dumps for mathoverflow?

Just to bump this question: StackExchange Inc. turned off the periodic network-wide data dump earlier this year, and it can apparently only be resumed with permission from very high in the company. I ...
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Is there a way to download all your contributions?

Ok, actually, this was very easy. Thanks to Martin for the links. I have created my first data explorer query and it does what I wanted. Now I have a CSV file with everything I've ever written on ...
David White's user avatar
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9 votes

Do we use the downvote button more than other sites?

Here are some additional SEDE queries. (As my knowledge of SQL is rather limited, take all of this with a grain of salt.) Percentage of Upvotes and Percentage of Upvotes (multisite). MathOverflow ...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar
5 votes

Is there a software solution if we do cut the cord from SE?

Converted from a comment: PhysicsOverflow has a setup that's reasonably close to MO. It runs on the Question2Answer software. It was in part set up a kind of exodus from physics.stackexchange
Federico Poloni's user avatar
5 votes

Is there a software solution if we do cut the cord from SE?

Converted from a comment: I would expect the database to be in a form similar to the existing periodic data dumps at https://archive.org/details/stackexchange (not that I have any idea what those ...
Federico Poloni's user avatar
4 votes

Is there a way to download all your contributions?

There is already a fine answer - this is just a minor addition. Some people might prefer Markdown for the posts rather than HTML. The other query uses Body from the ...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar

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