Picture- Marcin AH_5.3.1_ultimate (1).pdf
figureposted on 19.02.2020 by Maya Balakirsky Katz
Figures are generally photos, graphs and static images that would be represented in traditional pdf publications.
Productive use of big data in the map of
dominant Hasidic groups 1900–1945, which provides
the relative number of shtieblekh of the dominant
Hasidic group within the total number of Hasidic
shtbliekh across and even slightly beyond the boundaries
of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
This data appears inside graphic squares with sides of
thirty-five kilometers, which represents the average
size of a district, which shows the institutionalization
of Hasidism on the local and regional levels.