Some graphs in my thesis are from past co-authered papers. Is that necessary to make quotation in every case of graph. I am thinking about using an appendix to carify the boundary of collaboration work, as that will be looking-nice.
Also, in the introduction part of my thesis, some classic graphs are based on textbook. I mean I draw it myself and make some modifications. But they are still looking similar with some graphs in other's publications. Should I make quotation in this case as they are all background information.
Have you guys got same problems? Looking forward to your tips.
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