You must cite your source of information any time you use another person’s ideas, opinion or theory. You must also provide citations for any facts, statistics, graphs, or drawings that are not common knowledge. Quotations of another person's actual spoken or written word and paraphrases of another person's spoken or written words must also be cited.
Hoover’s Inc. (2018). Petsmart, Inc. Retrieved October 4, 2019 from Hoover’s database.
Hoover’s Inc. (2018). Pet and Pet Supply Stores. Retrieved October 4, 2019 from Hoover’s database.
IBIS world industry report
Oliver, K. (2018). Puppy love: Pet owners will invest in premium products and services as the economy improves. (Industry Report 45391). Retrieved October 4, 2019 from IBISWorld database.
Use the citation feature for individual charts:
Morning Consult. (June 30, 2020). Share of online adults in the United States who are more or less likely to use TikTok in light of select news regarding the app as of July 2020 [Graph]. Statista. Retrieved September 23, 2020, from https://www.statista.com/statistics/1134466/us-adult-more-less-likely-tiktok-news-app/
If there is no citation available, follow this example:
Statista. (2020). Dossier on South Korea. Statista. Retrieved September 23, 2020, from https://www.statista.com/study/58476/south-korea/