Also, the picture shows the percentage of good/bad/neutral ratings you have gotten with different colors, and gives you a graphical representation of how many feedbacks a person has by the height of colors. Here are some examples:
|User has a total rating of 2, everything is green, so he has two people who have both reported good feedback.|
|User has a total rating of 1. There are good, bad and neutral ratings. Approximately half of the bar is green, so half of his ratings are good, which means the rest are neutral or bad. The color bar is not tall, so there aren't many feedbacks, so probably he has 2 good, 1 bad, 1 neutral rating.|
|User has a negative rating, that does not look good. Not much green, also does not look good. The color bar is taller, which tells us that he has a *lot* of bad/neutral ratings. Don't buy from this guy.|
Note that if you go to a user's information page, you can view all of his feedback in detail. The picture is just to see the rating at a glance.