Figures and tables enable authors to present a large amount of information efficiently and to make their data more understandable.
Figures and Tables are covered in Chapter 7 of the APA Publication Manual, Seventh Edition.
Reproducing happens when you copy or recreate a figure or table that is not your original creation. If you reproduce one of these works in your assignment, you must create a note underneath the figure or table to show where you found it. You do not include this information in a Reference list.
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For more information on copyright, please visit our guide Copyright 101.
Any type of illustration or image other than a table is referred to as a figure. A figure may be a chart, a graph, a photograph, a drawing, an infographic, etc.
The American Psychological Association created a helpful website called APA Style. On this website, there are several figure samples which illustrate how to set up figures in APA Style.
Tables are visual displays composed of columns and rows in which numbers, text, or a combination of numbers and text are presented.
The American Psychological Association created a helpful website called APA Style. On this website, there are table samples which illustrate how to set up tables in APA Style.