What is a good score and what is a bad score?
Each score indicates the level of a particular issue on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 and 10 represent polar opposites in relation to the indicator illustrated on the heat map. For instance, if we take personal security, 10 is an ideal (perfect) score and nothing more or better can be achieved, meaning that every individual feels safe from violence in their community, at night and in the streets. In this example, 0 represents the worst, where every individual experiences insecurity and does not feel safe at all. However, it is important to note that a score of 0 is not always bad, and a score of 10 not always good. For example, a score of 0 for migration tendency indicates that nobody wants to leave or even thinks about leaving, while 10 indicates that everybody wants to leave or is pondering about leaving.