Ranking Ivy+ private universities based on 2014 Reuters Highly Cited Researchers List

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Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers (comparison of Ivy+ schools):

1). Harvard (inclusive of Broad Institute and Harvard Smithsonian Center) - 130

2). Stanford - 56


3). MIT (inclusive of Broad Institute) - 36
4). Duke - 32

5). Princeton - 27
6). Hopkins - 26
7). Yale, Columbia, Cornell - 21
10). Chicago - 20

11). Penn, Caltech - 17

13). Brown - 5
14). Dartmouth - 3
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(Original post by AmericanPride)
Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers (comparison of Ivy+ schools):

1). Harvard (inclusive of Broad Institute and Harvard Smithsonian Center) - 130

2). Stanford - 56


3). MIT (inclusive of Broad Institute) - 36
4). Duke - 32

5). Princeton - 27
6). Hopkins - 26
7). Yale, Columbia, Cornell - 21
10). Chicago - 20

11). Penn, Caltech - 17

13). Brown - 5
14). Dartmouth - 3
Don't you think it is trifle unfair to rank a liberal arts school by reference to citations in only scientific journals?

Moreover Harvard Law School had only one and the Kennedy School of Government no highly cited researchers. Do you think that is representative of Harvard's strength?
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Nulli tertius, you are mistaken. This ranking is all encompassing. It focuses on publications in all academic journals, not just scientific ones.
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Nulli tertius, you are mistaken. This ranking is all encompassing. It focuses on publications in all academic journals, not just scientific ones.
No I am not.

Read this

http://highlycited.com/info.htm

and this

http://esi.webofknowledge.com/help//h_dathic.htm

To summarise:-
Only Thomson Scientific-indexed journal articles, or papers, are counted.
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^ You need to work on your reading comprehension my friend.

"Thomson Reuters has generated a new list of Highly Cited Researchers in the sciences AND SOCIAL SCIENCES"

"Counts are based on a journal set categorized into 22 broad fields."
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^ You need to work on your reading comprehension my friend.

"Thomson Reuters has generated a new list of Highly Cited Researchers in the sciences AND SOCIAL SCIENCES"

"Counts are based on a journal set categorized into 22 broad fields."
Into which of these 22 categories does the Harvard Law Review (the most prestigious law journal in America) fall?

Into which of these 22 categories does English Historical Review (probably the world's leading historical journal) fall?

Into which of these 22 categories does Shakespeare Quarterly, (the leading journal on Shakespearian literature) fall.
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