Estonian Bioinformaticians - Ordered by Citations

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Disclaimer 2. Do not take those numbers too seriously without actually studying how Google collects the citations. Moreover, bear in mind that citations differ significantly in subfields of computer science, with practical areas getting a bulk of the citations. Also, for some of the authors, a majority of citations comes from authored textbooks, or even worse, from self-citations. Thus, be careful.

Note: "cites per #authors" divides the number of citations each paper has got by the number of authors it has. This increases fairness in interdisciplinary comparisons (e.g., papers in biology have 20+ coauthors and thousands of citations, papers in mathematics have 1 author and tens of citations). We note that this parameter is not perfect, since Google Scholar omits some authors in their page, but the same is also true in say the "Publish and Perish" program.

Links to Google citations profiles are fetched automatically when updating the database...

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People with less than 0 citations are not displayed (this can adjusted with url suffix "&cutoff=xxx").


Greyed out persons do only partially belong to this table (for various reasons), or they have namesakes that contribute to majority of their citations.

NameInstitutionCites per #authorsCites per #authors (2005+)CitesRecent (2005+)H-IndexH-Index (2005+)Google citationsBirthdayThesis
1.Jaak ViloUT.ATI1706 ( 27%)97 ( 22%)621244024116220xx.11.1966Pattern Discovery from Biosequences (Helsinki U, 2002)
2.Imre VstrikEMBL-EB857 ( 22%)543 ( 22%)392724181660
3.Madis MetsisTTU669 ( 23%)106 ( 24%)29404412570
4.Maido RemmUT.TYMRI735 ( 29%)319 ( 28%)2517112120140
5.Leopold PartsSanger Institute315 ( 18%)315 ( 18%)1790179012122924
6.Meelis Kolmer_285 ( 24%)012020130
7.Margus LukkEMBL-EBI126 ( 24%)126 ( 24%)524524770xx.03.1977
8.Tiina RooseOxford136 ( 32%)100 ( 36%)425277980Oxford
9.Meelis KullUT.ATI80 ( 24%)53 ( 23%)333229550
10.Jri ReimandCanada.U Toronto73 ( 25%)73 ( 25%)296296880
11.Hedi PetersonUT.ATI54 ( 20%)54 ( 20%)26626677266
12.Raivo KoldeUT.ATI28 ( 20%)28 ( 20%)14214277142
13.Balaji RajashekarUT.ATI35 ( 26%)18 ( 23%)1358075469
14.Priit AdlerUT.ATI23 ( 21%)23 ( 21%)114114550
15.Helen Priisalu_42 ( 49%)42 ( 49%)8686550
16.Konstantin TretyakovUT.ATI48 ( 87%)8 ( 53%)55153252
17.Laur ToomingUT.ATI8 ( 25%)8 ( 25%)3131110
18.Sten IlmjrvUT.ATI5 ( 19%)5 ( 19%)262622
19.Kairi TammojaEMBL-EBI5 ( 25%)5 ( 25%)2121110
20.Darya Krushevskaya_1 ( 25%)1 ( 25%)44110
21.Kristo TammeojaUT.ATI000000
22.Margus JgerUT.ATI000000