The map below shows (approximately) where the genealogical events in this data collection took place.
Following graphic shows for each genealogic event how often it happened in a period of 5 years in this data collection.
The graph below shows the average age per 10 years, calculated per date of death.
Several clusters have been found in this publication. A cluster is a group of people related (by birth or marriage) to each other. The clusters are shown below, where the size of a square indicates the number of people.
The pie chart below shows the distribution of the 0 found and recognized occupations in the main categories of the HISCO classification.
The treemap diagram below shows a hierarchical representation of 0 found and recognized occupations in your publication based on the HISCO classification. Click on a category to go a level deeper here. With a right mouse click you go back level. The darker a surface, the greater the share of the relevant category in the total number.