CharcoalCharts OP t1_iys6la5 wrote

There might be better terms for those metrics.

Skewed means the area is over-represented in a few categories and under-represented in others. Sao Paulo has a lot of restaurants but 75% are either Brazilian, Japanese, or Italian. And it has only 39 categories (roughly half of New York).

Efficient is the opposite. Bridgeport does not have a ton of restaurants, but it covers a lot of categories.