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Best practices for citing a reference you've found an error in

Yes, email them asking whether and when they will send in a Corrigendum. When they do you can cite both
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I am not getting academic credit for code I have written for my PhD, when it was later used in other research. Should I complain?

My career has primarily been in computational physics. I have done seven projects in this field. Four of them have been published and three have not. In all cases, there has been some form of written ...
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How do you ensure that you'll get "credit" when your conference talk is cited?

Fundamentally, whoever defines a measurement system decides what counts towards their interpretation of the metrics they report, and what doesn't. "The" h-index does not exist, what exists ...
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How do you ensure that you'll get "credit" when your conference talk is cited?

Publishing a paper on the topic of the talk is the typical solution. If the talk was expository or otherwise hard to publish in a peer-reviewed venue, a preprint can work.
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Best practices for citing a reference you've found an error in

You should not cite the result and do nothing; the reader would then assume the original paper is correct. Beyond that, I would suggest you do whatever the authors of the original paper would like. ...
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I am not getting academic credit for code I have written for my PhD, when it was later used in other research. Should I complain?

At least conceptually, it does not seem right that you can expect perpetual co-authorship for papers to which you did not contribute in ways other than having developed a code years ago. The right ...
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I am not getting academic credit for code I have written for my PhD, when it was later used in other research. Should I complain?

What you are describing is a difficult situation, because a couple of written or unwritten rules are in conflict: Those who made intellectual contributions to a piece of research should get the ...
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Would I italicize a treaty in Chicago style?

@Anyon provides the normative answer, but I want to provide a different perspective. You probably spent twenty minutes thinking about the issue and another ten writing the post here. With clicking &...
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Would I italicize a treaty in Chicago style?

Not as a matter of course. The 16th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style itself does not italicize treaties. 8.79 provides several examples of "Formal or accepted titles of pacts, plans, ...
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Automatic citation management - am I doing it wrong?

Any program I've used requires automatic formatting, so I don't think you're doing it wrong. Personally, I use Zotero now (free and open source) or .bib files when I'm writing with Quarto, LaTeX, or R ...
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How to obtain the h-index or number of publications for a given academic as a function of time?

My repository allows you to do exactly this. You can input the name of an author and the program will output a graph of citations and h-index over time, based on Scopus data. Here's an example graph ...
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