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For Uni assignments can you print screen a graph from a website? Or do you have find some other way to manually download it?
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Assuming you're referencing it and not claiming it as your own?
Have a look to see if the graph is an image already and if it is, then you should be able to just download it, add it to your assignment and reference it
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Assuming you're referencing it and not claiming it as your own?
Have a look to see if the graph is an image already and if it is, then you should be able to just download it, add it to your assignment and reference it
I think I managed to do it! I was wondering when I reference it from a website, do I say ‘figure from’ or? I’m unsure. Thanks in advance!
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Not sure about the referencing as it depends on what style your university says you have to use
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Not sure about the referencing as it depends on what style your university says you have to use
Oh the referencing style we use is Harvard Referencing. Idk if that’ll be any help
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Did you get help.? Have you generated the graph yourself or did you extract it elsewhere.?
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Did you get help.? Have you generated the graph yourself or did you extract it elsewhere.?
I extracted the graph from the website, I’ve referenced it in the bibliography. However, I’m stuck with the in-text one
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I extracted the graph from the website, I’ve referenced it in the bibliography. However, I’m stuck with the in-text one
The in-text one should be just the usual (Surname, year) reference that you always use with Harvard
How have your referenced it in your bibliography?
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I extracted the graph from the website, I’ve referenced it in the bibliography. However, I’m stuck with the in-text one
Hiya Nabeel16!

I would recommend having a look at the citethemright website- https://citethemrightonline.com/How-to-access#internet.

You can type in in the search bar "image" and then you can select your referencing style. It's always been really helpful for me!

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