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In-text citation of figures
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In-text citation of figures are the citations that refer to the tables that you use in your written work.

Why should I use cite figures in-text?

You should in-text citations of figures in your written work so that the reader knows which part of your written work refers to the figures. As figures are spread throughout your text, they might not be placed next to the text in which it is mentioned. You connect your text with the figures by using in-text citations of figures.

How should I use cite figures in-text?

You should first caption your figures with number and title.

Then, refer to the number and title of your figure when you talk about it in your text.

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