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AMA Style Guide, 11th ed.

Tables & Figures

Section 4.0 of the AMA Manual of Style focuses on how to display research findings in a table (e.g., graph, chart) and figure (e.g., map, diagram, illustration). Before creating a table or figure, consider if this information can be provided within the sentence structure of your essay. When a table is the best option, refer to the resources below.

Sheridan Library Handouts


Your professor may have different citing expectations than library staff. Always check at the beginning of term and before starting assignments that the citing rules you are using are appropriate for your class.