After this one paper came back with minor revisions requested, I'm revisiting my data and making sure to check that everything stated in the paper is factual.
Finally, I found a few errors that were not pointed out by the reviewers and need correction.
The first error is that one of the charts had inaccurate error bars, which are much smaller now after the correction and actually support further my conclusions.
The second thing that I want to improve, which is not an error per se, is to get a new set of data for one of the graphs to substitute the current one which has an outlier point.
None of these corrections would alter the final conclusions of the study.
Since these corrections were not requested by the reviewers, I'm afraid the reviewers and the editor might think that this is inappropriate and will end up requesting another round of revisions or, even worse, rejecting the paper...
How do you think that the editor would take these unsolicited changes?