Sectoral Innovation System (SIS) has been captured through the following two indicators:
Innovation Alignment of Sectors (IAS) of the States/UTs: Given the innovation potentialities of the sectors we examine the industrial activities of the State/UT (distribution of sample firms over different sectors in a State/UT) and assess the alignment of the same with the overall innovation potentiality of different sectors.
If we see that a particular sector has very high over all innovation potentiality but a State/UT has very small share of firms in that sector we can say that industrial activities of the State/UT is not aligned with the IAS, or in other words the State/UT has weak Sectoral Innovation System (SIS).
We use the correlation coefficients between overall innovation potentiality of a sector and state's/UT's shares (number of firms) in different sectors as the measure of IAS.
Comparative Status of Sectoral Innovation (CSSI) in a State/UT: The other measure is a sector's share in State/UT in the total innovative firms in the State/UT.
We calculate the Skew value of the sectoral distribution of innovative firms in the States/UTs.
Higher skew value indicates innovation activities only in a few sectors.
Indicators "a" and "b" together depict the comparative innovation scenario of the States/UTs in terms of the performance of various sectors.
This dashboard presents correlation between innovation potentiality of the States/UTs and 1. IAS and 2. CSSI of the States/UTs.
How to interact with the dashboard?
Use the top-most tabs to switch between 2 different representations of the correlation namely line chart and scatter plot.
Below the tabs are switches to choose one of Sector Level Innovation Support System Indicator;
the one selected here gets plotted in the graphs. Hover on a point of line chart to see exact values.
Also, hover on a symbol of scatter plot to see exact values.
Innovation potentiality has negative correlation with Comparative Status of Sectoral Innovation (CSSI) and high positive correlation with Innovation Alignment of Sectors (IAS).
These indicate that the presence of the sector that has high innovation potentiality can improve the innovation eco-system of the states.