Answered By: Chris Clouser Last Updated: Oct 09, 2019 Views: 790
Citations for statistics should enable your readers to locate the table or data that you have used in your assignment or paper. At a minimum, a citation should include:
- creator of the data (often an organization or government agency)
- date of publication
- where it was published
- date that you accessed the data, only if significant (i.e., data is updated without adjustment to publication date)
Refer to your style manual, ask a librarian, or confer with your professor if your specific data set does not contain the elements needed to draft a useful citation.
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