1. A table you create from your own data
Coffee Purchases by Promotional Discount
|Coffee Type||With 15 % discount||With 10 % discount||No discount|
Note. control variables included statutory holidays and equipment breakdown.
2. A table you copied exactly as you found it or that you adapted to suit your needs
Table taken from a journal article:
Note. From "Affect Spin and the Emotion Regulation Process at Work," by D. J. Beal, J. P. Trougakos, H. M. Weiss, and R. S. Dalal, 2013, Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, p. 598. Copyright 2013 by the American Psychological Association.
Table taken from a book:
Note. Adapted from Managing Therapy-Interfering Behavior: Strategies From Dialectical Behavior Therapy (p. 172), by A. L. Chapman and M. Z. Rosenthal, 2016, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Copyright 2016 by the American Psychological Association.
Table taken from a website:
Note. Adapted from "Table 111-0004: Neighbourhood income and demographics, summary table, annual" by Statistics Canada, n. d., (http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/cansim/a26?lang=eng&retrLang=eng&id=1110004&pattern=demographics&tabMode=dataTable&srchLan=-1&p1=1&p2=-1). Copyright by Statistics Canada.
3. A table you create from various information you found
Dangerous dog facts for North America 2014
|% of total number of dogs||Total attacks||Deaths|
Note. The percentage of total number of dogs is from Saunders (2014); and the number of total attacks and deaths are from Clifton (2014).
1. A figure you create yourself
Figure 1. Street map showing current points of congestion and options for traffic redirection.
2. A figure you copied exactly as you found it or that you adapted to suit your needs
Figure taken from a journal article:
Figure 2. Graph showing responses to the question whether the price of water influences consumption rates in Sydney, Australia. From "Attitudes to Conservation and Water Consumption," by B. Randolph, and P. Troy, 2008, Environmental Science & Policy, 98(5), p. 449. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2008.03.003. Copyright 2008 by Elsevier.
Figure taken from a book:
Figure 3. Graph showing member states and the NATO pecking order. From International pecking orders: The politics and practice of multilateral diplomacy (p. 234), by V. Pouliot, 2016, Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. Copyright 2016 by Vincent Pouliot.
Figure taken from a website:
Figure 4. Graph showing the most common non-official-language mother tongues as per 2011 Census. From "Visual Census – Language, Canada" by Statistics Canada, n. d., (https://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011/dp-pd/vc-rv/index.cfm?Lang=ENG&VIEW=C&CFORMAT=jpg&GEOCODE=01&TOPIC_ID=4). Copyright by Statistics Canada.
3. A figure you create from various information you found
Figure 5. Graph showing water consumption rates in several developed countries. Data for Canada is from author (date), for the United States from author (date), for Australia from author (date), for China from author (date), and for Japan from author (date).