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If you are discussing a figure you can use standard in-text citation examples as in Getting started - In-text citation.
If you are reproducing all, or a section of, a figure, or crating a figure based on someone else's work, you must reference the original author and copyright holder. Provide this information below the figure.
Note. From/Adapted from "Title" by A. A. Author, Year, Title of Journal, Volume(issue), p. xx (https://xxxxx)
The template is for a figure from a journal article. Adapt this for the source of your figure.
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Note. From QUT cite|write by QUT Library, 2018, p.10 (https://www.citewrite.qut.edu.au/assets/docs/qutcitewrite2018.pdf)
Postgraduate students' ability to write academically
Note. From "Why do postgraduate students commit plagiarism? An empirical study" by A. Selemani, W. D. Chawinga, and G. Dube, 2018, International Journal for Educational Integrity, 14, Article 7 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s40979-018-0029-6).
Provide a reference list entry for the source of the figure (i.e. the article/chapter/book), not the figure itself.
Author, A. A. (Year). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume(issue), Pages. https://doi.org/xx.xxx.xxxx.xxxxx
Duce, K., & Gouldstone, A. (2006). A practical guide to carrying out skin-prick allergy testing. Nursing Times, 102(48), 28-29.
Selemani, A., Chawinga, W.D. & Dube, G. (2018). Why do postgraduate students commit plagiarism? An empirical study. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 14, Article 7 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40979-018-0029-6
If there is no attribution directly on the figure, assume author of source material is the author of the figure.
If a figure does not have a title, use a description in square brackets instead.
The reference list refers to the entire article/chapter/book, rather than the figure itself. Use the relevant format for the source.
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