What image types are considered to be figures?
All types of visual displays other than tables are considered figures in APA Style. Common types of figures include line graphs, bar graphs, charts (e.g., flowcharts, pie charts), drawings, maps, plots (e.g., scatterplots), photographs, infographics, and other illustrations.
Are open access journals free to publish?
All articles in open access journals which are published by Elsevier have undergone peer review and upon acceptance are immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.
How do I get Elsevier papers for free?
Elsevier publishes open access articles which are free for readers to access. We also make articles openly available through our open archives and open manuscripts via the CHORUS service.
What is a conference paper format?
A conference paper is a written document that outlines your oral presentation at a conference. These papers cover the details of the presentations for attendees to review in situations when the attendee was not able to hear the oral presentation.
How do I get permission to use a figure?
Requesting permission The easiest way to obtain permission to reproduce a figure is using RightsLink. The majority of publishers use this service. If the publisher of the figure you wish to reproduce does not use RightsLink, you can request permissions directly from the publisher.
What is IEEE format for project report?
First-order headings should be 12-point and bold. Second order headings should be 11-point and bold. If necessary, any third-order headings should appear in bold 10-point font. On all pages besides the title page, text should begin 1 inch from the top of the page.
Do you need permission to adapt a figure?
Adaptation of a figure means changing the previously published form, for example by adding or subtracting information. Alternatively, you can use the figure as a guide and redraw the synthesis scheme entirely, creating a new figure with the correct information. This is redrawing, and does not require permission.
Can you copy figures from other papers?
When you use a figure in your paper that has been adapted or copied directly from another source, you need to reference the original source. Any image that is reproduced from another source also needs to come with copyright permission; it is not enough just to cite the source.
How do you cite a diagram?
Include information in the following order:
- author (if available)
- year produced (if available)
- title of image (or a description)
- Format and any details (if applicable)
- name and place of the sponsor of the source.
- accessed day month year (the date you viewed/ downloaded the image)