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Access to earlier data dumps (Looking for May 2014 data dump) [duplicate]

The latest September 2014 Stack Exchange data dump is available at https://archive.org/details/stackexchange. I am interested in previous data dumps, and in May 2014 data dump (the one that was ...
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Torrents for latest database dumps [duplicate]

Are the data dumps available as torrents? The official location for the database dumps appears to be here, but they are direct HTTP links, and some of the files are quite large (over 10 GB for ...
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Internet Archive Dump of StackExchange Data [duplicate]

The new dump of StackExchange data that has been posted on Internet Archive, does it contain previous snapshots of the data or does it just contain the snapshot at Jan 20th,2014. If it does not ...
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Stack Exchange and Stack Overflow have moved to CC BY-SA 4.0

Effective today, all Subscriber Content on Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange network will be available under the terms of version 4.0 of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) ...
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Is there a direct download link with a raw data dump of Stack Overflow? (not a torrent)

I would like to create a local MySQL copy of Stack Overflow for academic purposes (school project). As far as I know, the database dump of the stackoverflow.com database is available only in an XML ...
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Easy way to make local copy of entire SE database?

Recently, I have been using the Data Explorer to try to find fishy users on SO. However, the Data Explorer is limited when it comes to cross-site and time-consuming queries, so I want to create a ...
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Where did EmailHash go?

There are at least four ways to get to StackExchange data: OData (http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/atom/), Data Explorer (http://data.stackexchange.com/), XML data dumps (https://archive....
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Stack Exchange Data Dump no longer available via BitTorrent (since June 2017)

The Data Dump on Archive.org was last updated a month ago, but the torrent version is not available. In fact, no torrent has been made available for any release since June (see my index), when the ...
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Hosting all Stack Exchange data dumps on archive.org

Currently Stack Exchange only hosts the most recent dump on archive.org (Where are the Stack Exchange data dumps?). The previous dumps are only available through torrents: All Stack Exchange data ...
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“Data Error Sub items Errors: 1” when decompressing stackoverflow.com-Posts.7z from the Stack Exchange Data Dump

I've downloaded the Torrent version of https://archive.org/details/stackexchange and selected only the files that I need with Transmission. I then tried to extract with: sudo apt-get install p7zip-...
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Are all the meta.* sites intended to be included in the data dump?

The April 2012 data dump included data for all SE sites, plus the associated meta.* sites. The August 2012 data dump does not include data for the meta.* sites, except that meta.stackoverflow.com is ...
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Stack Exchange September 2014 Data Dump is available

The complete Stack Exchange data dump up to September 2014 is ready and can be found hosted on the Internet Archive. The latest can always be found here: https://archive.org/details/stackexchange ...
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Several sites are missing from the December 2011 data dump

I've got the Dec '11 SE data dump downloading and there appears to be many sites missing. A (potentially incomplete) list of the sites that appear to be missing - there are simply no files in the ...
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Is there a way to see top Stack Overflow users for a particular time range?

Is there any way we can find the top users for a tag given in a particular time period? For example, someone was very active and rose to top 10 for certain tags in 2014 but then changed technologies ...
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Any way to find the ID of a deleted post author?

Is there any way to query the user id of a deleted post author on a Stack Exchange site? I tried to query the table postswithdeleted from https://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/queries. But the ...

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