Tables, figures and appendices are used to provide additional information and evidence throughout your written work. Below you will find guidelines and examples for formatting and incorporating these three important types of information into your paper. The information below is NOT COMPREHENSIVE. Please refer to the APA Style Manual, or APA Style Blog for more complete information. Click on the tabs to the left to navigate to specific examples below. General guidelines include:
Figures and Tables:
Here is the corresponding reference list example for the attribution example above:
Lam, C. (2015, March 25). Orange back [Photograph]. Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/rvXSiu
Here is the corresponding reference list entry for the above table example. When citing data sets in your reference list, cite the entire dataset (compared with one file from a dataset). This dataset is updated frequently, therefore it is important to include the date of retrieval:
Demiryurek, G. (2021). Harry Potter dataset [Data set]. Kaggle. Retrieved June 23, 2021, from
When reproducing or adapting information from a table, chart or figure from another source, add in a note below your table, chart or figure to include the details of the source. Written permission for print and electronic reuse must be obtained from the copyright holder, if you are publishing your work.
General guidelines for attributing sources:
Read more here: https://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2016/01/navigating-copyright-part-4.html
Refer to the following table for creating an attribution statement:
Appendices include supplemental materials that may not be essential during the reading of a paper, but provide additional information for the reader. Appendices go at the end of the document after the reference list.