Citation, Documentation of Sources
Q. How would I format an endnote citing a table published in an online census report? Is it necessary to include the table title, and would all of this go after the access date, or after the title and before the website?
A. Table titles are often piled with information, so consider including them if you have room (e.g., U.S. Census Bureau, “All Persons, by Sex, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Health Insurance Coverage: Calendar Year 1993,” Health Insurance Historical Tables, 1992 to 1993, table 1, accessed March 6, 2010, http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/hlthins/hlth9293/hi93t1.html). If you’re citing a table from a book, you can put the table number and title at the end of the citation followed by the page number.