If you reproduce ("insert") a figure or table in your assignment:
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Example: Inserting a Table from a Journal
Note. From "Comparison of Antimicrobial Resistant Genes in Chicken Gut Microbiome Grown on Organic and Conventional Diet," by N. V. Hegde, S. Kariyawasam, and C. DebRoy, 2016, Veterinary and Animal Science, 13(2), p. 13 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vas.2016.07.001). Copyright 2016 by Elsevier BV.
If the photograph or image is your own, you do not need to cite it or include a figure note.
However, Seneca Libraries recommends adding a figure note beneath the image that reads "Photograph by author" or "Image by author."
Begin the attribution with the word Note.
►"From" or "Adapted from"
If you are reusing the exact image, start the copyright attribution statement with From. If you have modified the image, start the statement with Adapted from.
Use the order of: "Title of Article" by A. Author and B. Author, year, Title of Journal, Volume(Issue), p. xx.
"Sleep Deprivation in New Mothers" by A. Georgievski, 2016, Postpartum Journal, 7(4), p. 32.
Include one of the following at the end of the attribution under the figure:
Copyright year by Name of Copyright Holder.
The copyright holder of a journal article is the publisher of a journal, usually found at the bottom of the journal's website, next to the copyright symbol.
Example: Copyright 2020 by John Wiley & Sons.
In the public domain.
Creative Commons license (e.g., CC BY)
This happens if you only wish to cite information from an image, infographic, chart, table, or graph and are not inserting it in your paper: