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I have a question, regarding authorship in a publication.
A colleague of mine who is a biologist (from a different group) received the second revision of her/his paper and in the revision it's been asked to do Anova in order to illustrate the significant change between 4 groups.
I'm saying a colleague not a friend! and also they may come more and more in the future.
I don't want to sound like a cheeky person, but have no idea whether if I do it I should be included in the paper or I should just do it as if I'm doing it for a so called friend! Should I be at least included in the acknowledgement, or?
I have no access to my boss to consult this with him. I would appreciate your help to make this point clear to me.