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Query Type: Region
Query Date: Saturday, August 8, 2020
Query Time: 2:11:53 PM
Query Duration: 2.625 seconds
Records Returned: 683

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 DateRegionPopulationDelegateFounder [When Known]
1. 20200801New Rome1 Constantinople-
2. 20200725New Rome1 Constantinople-
3. 20200718New Rome1 Constantinople-
4. 20200711New Rome1 Constantinople-
5. 20200704New Rome1 Constantinople-
6. 20200627New Rome1 Constantinople-
7. 20200620New Rome1 Constantinople-
8. 20200613New Rome1 Constantinople-
9. 20200607New Rome1 Constantinople-
10. 20200606New Rome1 Constantinople-
11. 20200530New Rome1 Constantinople-
12. 20200510New Rome1 Constantinople-
13. 20200504New Rome1 Constantinople-
14. 20200428New Rome1 Constantinople-
15. 20200412New Rome1 Constantinople-
16. 20200408New Rome1 Constantinople-
17. 20200328New Rome1 Constantinople-
18. 20200316New Rome1 Constantinople-
19. 20200307New Rome1 Constantinople-
20. 20200301New Rome1 Constantinople-
21. 20200222New Rome1 Constantinople-
22. 20200215New Rome1 Constantinople-
23. 20200208New Rome1 Constantinople-
24. 20200202New Rome1 Constantinople-
25. 20200125New Rome1 Constantinople-
26. 20200118New Rome1 Constantinople-
27. 20200111New Rome1 Constantinople-
28. 20200105New Rome1 Constantinople-
29. 20191228New Rome1 Constantinople-
30. 20191214New Rome1 Constantinople-
31. 20191208New Rome1 Constantinople-
32. 20191201New Rome1 Constantinople-
33. 20191124New Rome1 Constantinople-
34. 20191116New Rome1 Constantinople-
35. 20191110New Rome1 Constantinople-
36. 20191104New Rome1 Constantinople-
37. 20191027New Rome1 Constantinople-
38. 20191019New Rome1 Constantinople-
39. 20191012New Rome1 Constantinople-
40. 20191005New Rome1 Constantinople-
41. 20190928New Rome1 Constantinople-
42. 20190921New Rome1 Constantinople-
43. 20190914New Rome1 Constantinople-
44. 20190901New Rome1 Constantinople-
45. 20190824New Rome1 Constantinople-
46. 20190818New Rome1 Constantinople-
47. 20190811New Rome1 Constantinople-
48. 20190803New Rome1 Constantinople-
49. 20190728New Rome1 Constantinople-
50. 20190721New Rome1 Constantinople-
51. 20190713New Rome1 Constantinople-
52. 20190707New Rome1 Constantinople-
53. 20190629New Rome1 Constantinople-
54. 20190622New Rome1 Constantinople-
55. 20190616New Rome1 Constantinople-
56. 20190609New Rome1 Constantinople-
57. 20190601New Rome1 Constantinople-
58. 20190525New Rome1 Constantinople-
59. 20190519New Rome1 Constantinople-
60. 20190511New Rome1 Constantinople-
61. 20190504New Rome1 Constantinople-
62. 20190427New Rome1 Constantinople-
63. 20190421New Rome1 Constantinople-
64. 20190413New Rome1 Constantinople-
65. 20190406New Rome1 Constantinople-
66. 20190330New Rome1 Constantinople-
67. 20190323New Rome1 Constantinople-
68. 20190316New Rome1 Constantinople-
69. 20190302New Rome1 Constantinople-
70. 20190223New Rome1 Constantinople-
71. 20190216New Rome1 Constantinople-
72. 20190209New Rome1 Constantinople-
73. 20190202New Rome1 Constantinople-
74. 20190126New Rome1 Constantinople-
75. 20190119New Rome1 Constantinople-
76. 20190112New Rome1 Constantinople-
77. 20190105New Rome1 Constantinople-
78. 20181229New Rome1 Constantinople-
79. 20181222New Rome1 Constantinople-
80. 20181215New Rome1 Constantinople-
81. 20181208New Rome1 Constantinople-
82. 20181201New Rome1 Constantinople-
83. 20181124New Rome1 Constantinople-
84. 20181117New Rome1 Constantinople-
85. 20181111New Rome1 Constantinople-
86. 20181104New Rome1 Constantinople-
87. 20181028New Rome1 Constantinople-
88. 20181020New Rome1 Constantinople-
89. 20181013New Rome1 Constantinople-
90. 20181006New Rome1 Constantinople-
91. 20180929New Rome1 Constantinople-
92. 20180922New Rome1 Constantinople-
93. 20180915New Rome1 Constantinople-
94. 20180908New Rome1 Constantinople-
95. 20180901New Rome1 Constantinople-
96. 20180825New Rome1 Constantinople-
97. 20180818New Rome1 Constantinople-
98. 20180811New Rome1 Constantinople-
99. 20180804New Rome1 Constantinople-
100. 20180728New Rome1 Constantinople-
      
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683 records





The Nation database contains 40,530,249 records and the newest are dated Saturday, August 1, 2020
The Region database contains 13,285,534 records and the newest are dated Saturday, August 1, 2020
The WA/UN database contains 157 records and the newest are dated Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Currently tracking exactly 2,793,896 uniquely named Nations
Currently tracking exactly 380,827 uniquely named Regions

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Overview

In May 2003, we started wondering about the world we lived in. We created a spider that would read the the pages of "The World". At first it was just The Regions (http://www.nationstates.net/page=list_regions). Then we added The Nations (http://www.nationstates.net/page=list_nations). It simply collected all the data in the three columns displayed. The first couple simply gathered the names. With tweaking, the UN/WA status was captured as well. Due to a fortuitous naming convention, the date was captured as well. We tried to run it once a week. This worked great for years. In late 2009, [violet] happened to be watching the server when we did this and banned us. Fortunately, we were able to negotiate a return with the promise not to hammer the server quite so hard. Today, what used to take an hour now takes 10+ hours.

We originally intended to do this in XML, until we took inventory of just how much data we had. We have over 19 million nation records and over 4 million region records. Current counts are listed above. Needless to say, we needed a database to hold that much data.

This is still a work in progress although there is not much left to do. There are a couple more categories of data we have collected since we started on January 21, 2003. In particular, we have UN/WA vote counts one every Resolution since then. That data was collected manually and we have not written a parser for that yet. There is too much to manually enter it in a database, but we are working on getting it in.

This is a .NET 2.0 application and is written in ASP.NET using C# with a Microsoft SQL Server database. It is best viewed with Internet Explorer.

Notes

1. The queries will only return a maximum of 100,000 20,000 records. If your query returns more than that, you will have to reformulate it. Trust us, you do not want any more than 100,000 20,000!

2. The counts and latest data dates are at the bottom of the page.

3. There is some missing nation data from August 2006 to March 2007. We do not know if we just lost the data over the years or whether NS changed the format and we did not compensate for it for many months.

4. We did not start collecting UN/WA data on nations until February, 2004.

5. The #1 Most Frequently Asked Question about NSHistory: Is it possible to find out he region where the nation resided at that time? Answer: No  (see the source of the data linked in the Overview above) Sorry! We would love to have that data as well.

6. Things on To Do List:

7. Add the remaining WA records

8. Automate data collection (too much manual action involved now).

9. Start tracking what region nations are in when we collect data. ☺

10. Feel free to save off the images for use on your own websites. Do not hotlink to them for they are purged on a sliding 24-hour scale.

11. Also, you can post links to your nation or region in the format:

http://nsdossier.texasregion.net/history.aspx?region=texas
or
http://nsdossier.texasregion.net/history.aspx?nation=newtexas

12. more to come...

13. We hope you enjoy the tool.




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