The illustration above is called a heatmap. Heatmaps show how indicators are represented across different geographical areas, illustrating regional differences to identify areas of concern or priority to tailor policies and programmes and to improve resource allocation more precisely. The heatmaps demonstrate the value of an indicator measured on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 represents complete absence of the measured phenomenon in society and 10 represents it's strong and prevalent presence. For example, if we want to denote the extent to which people feel safe from violence in daily life, a score of 0 would mean that no one feels secure, while 10 would signify that every person feels secure. Only the differences higher than 0.5 points are considered statistically significant. You can find out more about how the scores are calculated under the methodology section.