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The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678Database schema documentation for the public data dump and SEDE, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formatsScripts to convert data-dump to other formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, Database schema documentation for the public data dump and SEDE, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find Scripts to convert data-dump to other formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

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The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine themrecombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

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The post you link to, http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formatshttp://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

The post you link to, http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2677/database-schema-documentation-for-the-public-data-dump-and-data-explorer/2678#2678, is the schema; so yes it does contain the schema. You can get column sizes from the Data Explorer if you want.

You might find http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28221/scripts-to-convert-data-dump-to-other-formats helpful.

The fact that the files are .001, .002, etc. would imply that it's been split. Probably using 7-Zip's split functionality. You can either use 7-Zip to recombine them or use another tool such as HJSplit.

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