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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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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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