When creating your project, remember to cite everything you did not write, create, or think up on your own, including images, graphs, charts, maps, and statistics.
Below are some useful websites to help you format your sources correctly. For more info, take a look at this video on different types of plagiarism on the Student Conduct and Integrity website.
Alvarez, A. (2017, October). Fast food restaurants in the US (IBISWorld Industry Report 72221a). Retrieved from IBISWorld database.
According to Alvarez (2017), the quick-service industry must seek “healthy and convenient meal options” to stay competitive (p. 5).
The quick-service industry must seek “healthy and convenient meal options” to stay competitive (Alvarez, p. 5).
For more information on APA citation, see: OWL Purdue APA
Below are examples of citing Simply Analytics data in APA style:
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