Notes: Follow these examples closely for several layout, punctuation, spacing, italicizing and capitalizing.
When including a figure or a table from another source in your projects, it’s important to include citations that are appropriate.
- Tables are numerical values or text displayed in rows and columns.
- Figures are also illustrations such as graphs, charts, maps, drawings, photographs etc.
- All Tables and Figures must be referred to into the main body of the text.
- Number all Tables and Figures when you look at the order they first can be found in the written text.
- Refer to them into the text by their number. For instance:
As shown in Table 2 .
As illustrated in Figure 3 .
- Each figure or table should be titled and captioned.
- For images, photos and paintings see Audio and media that are visual this gu >Tables reproduced in your text:
- Each table should be displayed with a short title that is explanatory.
Table 1. Hours of Television Viewing each week by Age Group