In which districts do the population above 65 years age live most? Are the market and pharmacy locations accessible for people who live in these districts? What percentage of the district is within the reach of the market and pharmacy locations? In which districts can the population above 65 years of age experience difficulties in access?
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Districts are divided into grids and market and pharmacy existence are analyzed within these grids. Grids that contain both the pharmacy and market locations are green, the grids that contain the one are yellow, and the grids that lack both are painted in orange.
According to the results of this analysis, while Esenler, Kadıköy and Şişli are at the top in terms of accessibility; Şile, Çatalca and Silivri are the districts that have low accessibility.
When accessibility and population are evaluated together, Üsküdar Sarıyer and Pendik may be the district having the most problems in terms of access. Kadıköy, which has a lot of population above 65 years of age, is one of the districts that has the least difficulty in accessing pharmacies and markets due to the balanced and intense distribution of the market and pharmacy locations.