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I am including an appendix of a map of the area I am discussing in my historical investigation. Additionally, I am considering putting in a table of data here. The problem is that I'm not quite sure how to cite these properly. My plan was to put them after the bibliography and then in the paper, when I have in-text citations in footnotes, I put next to them, "(See Appendix A/B)". Is this the proper way? Or should I put the footnote directly next to the appendices even though the appendix comes after the bibliography?

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As long as you make a reasonable attempt to cite them intuitively, you won't lose marks. I think either way is fine. IB does not follow a specific set of style guidelines. I believe I just used a text box to put the in text-citation next to the image in the appendix. In the actual text, I just wrote "(see appendix A)". Whatever method you choose will likely be fine too.

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