Online figures can include diagrams, photographs, maps, graphs or tables. If you include any of these visuals in your paper, you must reference them properly and acknowledge your source.
If you include figures in your work, they should be numbered and labelled with captions. Captions should be very simple and descriptive and be followed by an in-text citation (author and date).
Give full details of the figure in your list of references, i.e author (if known), title, date, type of figure or image, publisher or issuing body, url, date accessed.
Figure 1. The EBM Triad (Florida State University, 2014)
Florida State University. College of Medicine. 2014. The EBM Triad [image].
Available: http://med.fsu.edu/index.cfm?page=medicalinformatics.ebmTutorial [ 2014, May 6].
Table 2. Summary of nutrition indicators (UNICEF, 2014)
United Nations Children’s Fund. 2014. Every child counts: the state of the world’s children 2014 in numbers [Table].
Available: http://www.unicef.org/eapro/EN-FINAL_FULL_REPORT.pdf [2014, May 6].