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comment What to do when a supervisor demands first authorship having contributed nothing?
And none of that is what I'm asking. I'm not contesting that he should be a co-author. Or asking whether or not this situation is OK. I know it isn't. The question is how to tackle the situation when I have a supervisor up front telling me that he will claim half my work as his own without his input, and making overt threats if I refuse. He has also requested I change academic transcripts on a project proposal to make them look better.
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I believe this is different. This is what I think is a clear case of malpractice by the supervisor. I think its pretty clear that if he contributes nothing he shouldn't actually appear as the lead author.
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Ugh. Well, I was trying to port over a java project over to Android, and the tests were built around JUnit4. Replacing this with JUnit3 gives a whole bunch of compiler exceptions, but I suppose I could try and get through all of those. It seems just bizarre and arbitrary that this fails on just ONE of my test cases though.
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