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Visit Stack Exchange My master's dissertation has been sent back to me for copy edits before publication.
If your Appendix contains several different types of content then subheadings would be helpful.
Then, you can reference the specific Appendix sections in your text.
I've referenced the image as I usually would (with the name and date of the publication) for the in-text part, then done a complete reference in the references section.
It does seem odd having the appendix after the references though!
An appendix (plural: appendices) is a section at the end of a book or essay containing additional information.
You should use it to cover data or details that aren’t essential to your work, but which could provide useful context or background material.
Generally, though, appendices should: Appendices are not usually included in the word count for an essay.
Consequently, you can focus on key information in your work and place extra data in an appendix without worrying about the word count.