I read the documentation and I know that I can get users' locations but I have not seen anywhere about querying by location. Does that mean that it is not possible? If it is possible, how?

As an example, I want to do something like below:


The above currently results in a 404 error. Please add this capability.

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It's not possible (short of fetching all users and filtering yourself). The API simply does not offer that query. For alternatives, see the Data Explorer (SEDE): https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/253728/295232

  • Yeah Im using that already and I tried to create simple app using this api to see/search top 100 users by country name instead of downloading csv and getting data from it. Thank you for saving my time!
    – Blasanka
    Commented Nov 24, 2018 at 11:53

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