I manage to find a dataset on the website of Ethnologue, though it doesn't
look like open source, need to check with them exactly how I'm allowed to
use it:
http://www.ethnologue.com/codes/download-code-tables

Thanks for the explanation Phillippe. I know it is not an easy issue. Look
for different resources on the web, any specific links or feedbacks would
be helpful.

On 17 September 2016 at 13:35, Philippe Verdy <verd...@wanadoo.fr> wrote:

> Not all languages are sorted, only those for which there are released data
> in CLDR.
> And languages frequently belong to several countries/territories at the
> same time, with different official or recognized status (itself independant
> of the number of actual speakers, which is very frequently roughly
> estimated).
> Some countries are giving official statistics about their national or
> regional languages, but frequently these stats are old, or underestimated
> or overestimated for political reasons, or some languages are mixed as if
> they were only one, or simply discarded if it is considered locally as a
> secondary language, even if the official language is superficially
> understood but taken as a primary one.
> Statistics are also forgetting native speakers living abroad in a
> diaspora, or secondary learners of a language taught in foreign countries.
>
>
> 2016-09-17 11:19 GMT+02:00 Mats Blakstad <mats.gbproj...@gmail.com>:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> Is there any dataset that contains all languages in the world sorted by
>> country/territory?
>>
>> I found this at Unicode, but seems like only containing the most spoken
>> languages in each country and not the smaller once:
>> http://www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/latest/supplemental/terri
>> tory_language_information.html
>>
>> Thanks in advance for help.
>>
>> Best regards
>> Mats Blakstad
>>
>
>

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