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I agree with @amoeba: it's important that authors have the ability to update or improve their question as quickly as possible. Otherwise it may be closed as unclear, or answers that do get posted will fail to address the author's main concern. We have many ugly, hard-to-follow threads that are a nightmare for future readers, resulting from substantial ...


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Please visit https://stats.stackexchange.com/help/merging-accounts and follow the directions there.


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The analysis of the situation revealed that I accidentally set up two accounts one for CrossValidated and one for Quant forum. Then the Quant login propagated to CrossValidated automatically as a convenience provided by the system. As a result I thought all my reputation was lost. In reality it was still on the other account. Thanks to admins they merged ...


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(Take this as personal opinion speaking as an ordinary user) If it's an edit you'd accept if it was from a different user - an improvement without changing the intent too much - you could accept it whether or not you were sure it was the original poster. However, if it actually is the original poster suggesting an edit from a second account, I regard the ...


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