|Contributions||Hedges, Henry Parsons. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||F129.B5 B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 34, vii p.,|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||05005544|
An appendix is a collection of supplementary materials, usually appearing at the end of a report, academic paper, proposal (such as a bid or a grant), or book. It typically includes data and supporting documents the writer has used to develop the written work. Use a separate appendix for each source. Each appendix appears on a new page. Provide a clear image of the source. Write a brief description of a visual source. Provide a complete bibliographical reference for the source. Make sure the same bibliographical reference appears in your bibliography An example appendix. The following sections provide a brief description of the four data sets that are referred to throughout the book and form the basis for the case studies discussed in chapters 14 and The original works should be consulted for further discussion of the historical aspects and . There are many possible ways to format an appendix. A rule of thumb is to let the content guide the choice of format. Types of appendix content include the following: prose explanations that supplement the main text, numbered and unnumbered lists, bibliographies and suggestions for further reading, samples of questionnaires and surveys, and charts and tables.
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