Citation statistics are taken from ISI Web of Science, using the "Create Citation Report" feature.
|Researcher||Items||Cites/item||Tot. cites||h-index (1st-author only)||m-coefficient|
|Hourigan, K.||118||9.77||1153||18 (6)||0.514|
|Thompson, M.C.||100||10.72||1072||16 (9)||0.615|
|Sheridan, J.||62||10.29||638||13 (3)||0.565|
|Fouras, A.||51||9.22||470||13 (8)||0.929|
|Carberry, J.||20||15.15||288||9 (4)||0.643|
|Sheard, G.J.||37||6.11||226||9 (7)||1.00|
|Ryan, K.||18||5.61||101||6 (4)||0.600|
|Leontini, J.S.||11||6.45||71||5 (4)||0.833|
|Tan, B.T.||9||6.78||61||4 (3)||0.286|
|Griffith, M.D.||6||4.67||28||4 (4)||0.800|
|Saffman, Philip G.||46|
|Antonia, Robert A.||42|
|Williamson, Charles H.K.||24||1.00|
|Bearman, Peter W.||23|
|Evans, Roger G.||18|
|Denton, Kate M.||10|
A researcher's h-index is obtained by numbering their publications from most to least cited, and the h-index is the number of publications that have a number of citations greater than, or equal to, their numbered position in the list. Read the 2005 article by J. E. Hirsch which proposed the h-index.
Some researchers outside the group are included for comparison.
The m-coefficient is calculated as the h-index divided by the number of years since an author first published. This coefficient is an indicator of research impact, but it should be noted that it varies widely between fields.