All neighbourhoods are listed by their number, showing the value of the current indicator or composite. Hover your mouse over a bar to see the neighbourhood name and the weighted value, click to select the neighbourhood on the map and table.
The range of data values between the minimum and maximum is divided into classes of equal length. For example, if 5 classes are used and the minimum data value is 0 and the maximum data value is 9, then each class will have a length of 2 and the classes will be 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, and 8-9. Each class may have different numbers of values or no values.
The same number of data values are placed into each class. For example, if 5 classes are chosen, then one-fifth (or 20%) of the values would be placed into each class. A class cannot ever be empty. It may not always be possible to divide the data into the specified number of classes if the data values are not varied enough.