Where is the total of lifetime commits?

Hello,

I’ve recently started using the GraphQL API. And it’s not too bad, but I am confused about a couple of things.

I’m using the following query, and although it provides most of the totals it seems to be missing any means for obtaining the total number of commits.

Here’s the query I’m using:

{
  user(login: "jxmot") {
    name
    login
    contributionsCollection {
      hasAnyContributions
      contributionYears
    }
    repositoriesContributedTo(first: 100) {
      totalCount
    }
    pullRequests(first: 1) {
      totalCount
    }
    issues(first: 1) {
      totalCount
    }
    followers {
      totalCount
    }
    # how do you get the total commits?
  }
}

I’ve examined the documentation user schema and there doesn’t appear to be anything even close to “total commits”. And I’ve also tried the following, and also searched the docs:

  user(login: "jxmot") {
    name
    login
    # get the user's collection of repositories.
    repositories(first: 100, isFork: false, ownerAffiliations: OWNER, orderBy: {direction: DESC, field: STARGAZERS}) {
      totalCount
      nodes {
        forkCount
        stargazerCount
        # this does NOT have a separate "count" fields
        watchers {
          totalCount
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

But the only method that seems possible is to iterate through API calls like this:

#
{
  user(login: "jxmot") {
    contributionsCollection(from: "2020-01-01T06:00:00Z", to: "2020-12-31T05:59:59Z") {
#    contributionsCollection(from: "2019-01-01T06:00:00Z", to: "2019-12-31T05:59:59Z") {
#    contributionsCollection(from: "2018-01-01T06:00:00Z", to: "2018-12-31T05:59:59Z") {
#    contributionsCollection(from: "2017-01-01T06:00:00Z", to: "2017-12-31T05:59:59Z") {
#    contributionsCollection(from: "2016-01-01T06:00:00Z", to: "2016-12-31T05:59:59Z") {
      startedAt
      endedAt
      hasActivityInThePast

     # make subsequent calls to this query, change the dates each pass and total the following
      totalCommitContributions
    }
  }
}

Is there a way I can retrieve the lifetime total quantity of commits per user without having to make multiple queries?

Thank You!