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"Most Reviewed" for popular restaurants, "Highest Ratings" for well-received restaurants, use the # of reviews the popular restaurants as an anchor for had to evaluate the restaurants with the highest ratings. For example, if popular restaurants have ~1000 reviews, then well-received restaurants with >4.5 stars and >200 reviews is pretty good. A restaurant with 5 stars an 20 reviews might not be as solid. See More
If enough people have posted reviews repeating the same key words (e.g. tiramisu), Yelp will highlight them. A good sign of something you should definitely order if it's your first time at the restaurant, or something that the restaurant does particularly well. See More
Whilst sites under the Stack Exchange banner are focussed on specific topics, there are a wide variety of such sites. As such Stack Exchange could be described as being open to questions on any subject matter, but has the advantage that within its sub-sites, questions are targeted to the specific users/audiences of those sites. See More
Users are scored based on their contributions, with the context of those contributions also being scored (i.e. answering a question tagged as being about XML increases that user's XML score). This results in allowing the questioner to gauge a rough idea of the answerer's relative knowledge within a domain when considering their answers vs contradictory answers from other users. See More
At the top of the page is a How We Rank button, which loads another page explaining the criteria of how they rank each company in a given industry. This is helpful to give some context behind certain criteria points, and helps you determine which aspect of an industry is most important to you. See More