Cambridge Cluster Map for Researchers
This page contains links to useful documents that explain more about the data underlying the Cambridge Cluster Map. This page is also dedicated to academics who wish to carry out further research on the data that has been gathered to create the Cambridge Cluster Map. Research resulting from this third party data analysis of the map will be posted and be publicly-available here.
- Methodology behind the Cluster Map (updated Jan 2017)
- Camclustermap summary tables (Jan 2017)
- Distribution of 2015-16 growth by sectors (Jan 2017)
- Distribution of company size & growth by employee size classes (Jan 2017)
- Cambridge Growth update – 2016 data draw Jan 2017
- CBR Dataset sector classifications & counts Jan 2016
- SCALE-UPS – Cambridge’s fastest growing companies
- CORPORATE CAMBRIDGE (1) Knowledge Intensity (KI)
- CORPORATE CAMBRIDGE (2) Births and Deaths
- CORPORATE CAMBRIDGE (3) Employment growth
- CORPORATE CAMBRIDGE (4) KI birth death and growth
- CORPORATE CAMBRIDGE (5) Sectoral growth
In order to do gain access to the full data behind the Cambridge Cluster Map, potential researchers must submit a request via a form. This will be automatically submitted to Dr Andy Cosh, Assistant Director at The Centre for Business Research of the University of Cambridge. In your submission, you should explain why you are requesting access to the database and also where the results of your research will be published (printed publication/website/other). You will be expected to sign an accreditation agreement which will include sharing your research with the Centre for Business Research. Unfortunately, due to the terms of the licence for the supply of the data to the CBR, only academic researchers can gain accreditation.