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Where to find world data database? Like Currency/ countries Expand / Collapse
Posted Monday, February 15, 2010 9:14 AM
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I'm a Sql Server Programmer and I'm new in area of Data Mining. I was wondering if there's any place where I can find all the General/Open/Common information in form of database. Like Name of Countries, Currencies, Language, Avg Population, Geographic location(long,lat), etc.

Data can be in any importable format, txt, xml, .mdb, etc

Please let me know if anybody knows any such source.

Thanks in advance.
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