139.8K(top 0.1%)
papers
10.7M(top 0.1%)
citations
1.1K(top 0.1%)
h-index
1.7K(top 0.1%)
g-index
168.7K
all documents
11.8M
doc citations
52.9K
citing journals
g-index
The graph shows the changes in the g-index of Harvard University and its the corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. g-index is a scientometric index similar to h-index but put a more weight on the sum of citations. The g-index of a journal is g if the journal has published at least g papers with total citations of g2.

What is the g-index of Harvard University?

The g-index of Harvard University is 1719, which means the cumulative citations of 1719 articles of Harvard University have more than 2,954,961 (1719×1719) citations. This g-index has a rank of 3 among all institutions.