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12:46 PM
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Q: How is "change" calculated in the Stack Exchange reputation leagues?

zoliIn the different Stack Exchange reputation leagues, like this one below, there are nice $\color{green}{\text{+green}}$ or $\color{red}{\text{-red}}$ or $\color{grey}{\text{grey=0}}$ numbers called "change". What is the algorithm behind those figures?

I have copied the tag-info from meta.SE: meta.stackexchange.com/tags/reputation-leagues/info
1:30 PM
I recently suggested (2 questions) as a synonym for
Just for your information
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5:42 PM
@wythagoras It is difficult to judge from the 2 questions, but if the tag was intended for Cesaro, Abel, Borel sumamtion and similar stuff (see here), then probably or could be a better choice.
Q: Monte Carlo (or other) Approximation to Infinite Summations

aidan.plenert.macdonaldThis question is sort of paired with a similar post I wrote in Stack Overflow, but not a repeat because I am asking about using another mathematical method. StackOverflow I am trying to approximate a summation found in a paper by Daubechies, The Wavelet Transform, .... I am trying to compute fra...

Q: Ramanujan sum of a function which diverges bot at $0$ and $1$

Renato FaraoneWikipedia gives the formulas for the Ramanujan summation of a divergent series in the two cases of a function which has no divergence at $x=0$ and at $x=1$ but what to do with a function which is divergent at both points at the same time ? es. $$f(x)=\frac {2^x}{x^2-x}$$ Is there any method to ...

The tag-info for divergent-series explicitly mentions summation methods such as Ramanujan summation.
5:55 PM
In any case, thanks for taking interest in helping with the new tags.

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