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Referencing Style Guide: Figures and Tables

Reference Basics

A table contains data, typically numerical or statistical, presented across rows and columns.
Any type of illustration other than a table is called a figure. This can include graphs, charts, diagrams, mind-maps, and photographs.
Figures and tables may be created from a student’s own research, for example in a scientific report, or reproduced from another scholarly source.

 

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