Now suppose that we "zoom into" the distribution and consider only a tiny window $w:([x_1,x_2],[y_1,y_2])$ inside the whole range of x,y; so that we can have a better insight into how data points (shops) are arranged in the small local neighbourhoods.
The data distribution INSIDE each random window is obviously a subset of the entire data. For example, if we plot shops with latitude between $[42, 42.3]$ and longitude between $[-76, -75.5]$, we get this distribution: (visualized with scatterplot)
In the statistics community, what is the actual name of these "zoomed in" parts of a data distribution?
I want to report that the data distribution is skew in general, but quite uniform in "those small subsets". What are those distributions inside the windows called?
May I say, for example, "micro-distribution" or "partial distribution"?