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While creating a query on Stack Exchange Explorer, how do you write a query to include all Stack Exchange sites?

select P.ID as [Post Link],
        p.Score,
        P.Title,
        P.OwnerDisplayName,
        P.ViewCount,
        pt.Name

from 
Posts as P
inner join
PostTypes as Pt
on P.posttypeid = pt.Id

where p.Score > ##score## AND (Something like include all site)
order by P.Score desc
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marked as duplicate by Werner, Sunshine, Ward, Toon Krijthe, Patrick Hofman Dec 22 '15 at 9:00

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a feature request exists for this – Leon Stafford Sep 23 '13 at 6:53
    
Why did you downvote? – Prabhanjan Naib Sep 24 '13 at 2:52
    
sorry, I downvoted because a quick search turned up the answer from similar questions – Leon Stafford Sep 24 '13 at 3:38

You cannot select all the Stack Exchange sites; the query is executed for the Stack Exchange site you select at the beginning.

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