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From the Census Bureau FAQ
When creating Dynamically generated tables, maps, and files from data.census.gov always include:
U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Table B01003; generated by John Smith; using data.census.gov; <https://data.census.gov/cedsci/> (8 April 2020).
U.S. Census Bureau; Economic Annual Surveys, Table CB1700CBP; generated by Jane Jones; using data.census.gov; <https://data.census.gov/cedsci/> (1 April 2020).
When using Social Explorer to generate maps or data tables use the following format examples:
Title of map, dates. Social Explorer, permalink URL (based on data from <identify data source>; date accessed).
Population Density, 1960. Social Explorer, (based on data from U.S. Census Bureau; accessed Jul 27 17:16:03 EST 2010).
Data source. Title of table, dates. Prepared by Social Explorer. permalink URL (date accessed).
U.S. Census Bureau. Population Density, 1960. Prepared by Social Explorer. (accessed Jul 27 13:58:03 EST 2010).
All examples are from Social Explorer's "How do I cite information on Social Explorer" FAQ
From Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition - 14.237 Citing Maps
1. Samuel de Champlain, cartographer, Carte geographique de la Nouvelle Franse, 1612, 43 × 76 cm, in The History of Cartography, vol. 3, Cartography in the European Renaissance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007), fig. 51.3.
2. Satellite view of Chicago, Google Earth, accessed April 2, 2016, https://email@example.com,-87.723154
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