Answered By: Sonya Adams
Last Updated: Apr 22, 2020     Views: 122

You can access a wide range of national and international statistics in print and online through the Cambridge library network. This includes information from government and commercial sources.

Finding electronic statistics

To find electronic statistics start on the eResources & eJournals page.

  • Click on or: Browse by subject, title, vendor or type’
  • If you know what you're looking for, select the first letter of the database and scroll down the list to find it.
  • To find a range of general statistical resources, type 'statistics' into the search box and click on 'Go'. Select the name of a title to start using it.

Hint: Hover over the ‘i’ to view any available information about the database. The icon next to the ‘i’ will indicate if it is freely available (a globe icon) or needs a Raven log (the key & arrow icon) 

Some University of Cambridge libraries have webpages listing online statistical resources. These include the University Library, the Marshall Economics Library, and the Judge Business School Information & Library Services.

Finding print statistics

To find print statistics, or for extra help, library staff will be happy to help you. Many University of Cambridge Libraries have statistical information in print, include the University Library and the Marshall Economics Library.

To see if a library carries print statistical information, visit the Libraries Directory for a list of libraries. Select the appropriate departmental or faculty library from the list to see their details, and contact the library for help with individual statistical resources and questions.