I'm working on a geographic data analysis to identify clusters or hubs of growth of a specific type of public service. I've used location quotient in the past but it's an unfamiliar statistic for a general lay audience and I want to avoid using it's specific language and name if possible. (Here is some info on LQ)

What are some other comparable statistics that produce a similar output to a location quotient?



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