For more in-depth details about citing SimplyAnalytics, including screenshots showing how to retrieve citation data, see the SimplyAnalytics user guide.
Variable One With Year, Variable Two With Year, and Variable Three With Year. Data Source. SimplyAnalytics.
Citation example with one variable:
Median Household Income 2020. US Census Bureau American Community Survey. Census 2009 Estimate. SimplyAnalytics.
Intext citation: (Median Household Income, 2020)
Citation example with two variables:
Make of Vehicle- Most Recently Acquired- Toyota 2019 and Gasoline Household Average 2020. SimmonsLOCAL and SimplyAnalytics Consumer Expenditure Estimates. SimplyAnalytics.
Intext citation: (Make of Vehicle-Toyota 2019 and Gasoline Household Average 2020)
NOTE: List all major variables used (i.e. income, automotive sales, etc).
Sometimes a source refers to information from another source. You must cite both sources. Also:
Basic Citation Format:
Author, A., Author, B., & Author, C. (Year). Article title. Periodical Title, volume(issue), pages. Database name.
Citation example of an article within a company profile database:
Epperson, L. (2010). Apple Incorporated: Products and Operations. Retrieved April 14, 2011 D&B Hoover's database.
Intext citation: (Epperson, 2010)
Citation example of an item with multiple information sources listed:
SPINScan. (2010, April). Organic food market, 2009. Grocery Headquarters, 147. Market Share Reporter database.
Intext citation: (SPINSscan, 2010)
NOTE: In this case, SPINSscan is the author, Grocery Headquarters is the periodical. No retrieval date is needed because it is a published article that can't be modified.