In the body of your paper, information that does not appear as narrative text must be formatted and labeled as either a table or figure. APA style does not use other terms such as "graph," "illustration," or "chart." Data presented in rows and columns is labeled as a table; all other graphic presentations, whether a graph, chart, photograph, illustration, and such, are labeled as figures.
Tables and figures must fit within the page margin specifications of the document it appears in. Do not separate a title or caption from the table or figure it identifies; they should appear together on the same page.
For guidance on tables and figures in doctoral capstone studies (dissertations, doctoral studies, and project studies), please visit our Doctoral Capstone Form and Style website's Tables and Figures page.