OK, honest answer then. You have not been stepping on my toes. You have, on occasion, though, stepped close to the line.
You have done an amazing amount of work, by pre-checking the numbers of the fights and coordinating everybody. That is something to be appreciated and I would very much like you to continue doing so.
What can cause some issues, however, is the fact that you tend to present the plan to the rest of us and wait for us to comment on it, instead of letting everybody contribute to the forming of the plan. It's a thin line, and you might not even realize you're crossing it, but it can rub people the wrong way.
To make things easier, you say things like:
LORRIC: "Ok, folks, we need to defeat the Hertak. So, fleet so-and-so should do this, and fleet so-and-so should do that, because [insert math here]".
You are presenting us with a plan, complete with predictions, goals etc. You are telling us what we should do (most of the time, they are legitimately good moves). However, in this example, you're not even taking into account the possibility that other players might not even want to engage the Hertak. We might want to engage their escorts. It might even be a better idea (in this case I don't think so, but you get the idea).
What would be much better and more appreciated by everybody would be something like this:
LORRIC: "Wow, those Hertak look threatening. I think we should dogpile them because [reason]. I could run some numbers on that. Anybody got any better ideas?"
This way you allow the other players to contribute in the setting of our overarching and immediate goals and keep providing the much-appreciated number-crunching, and tactical analysis.