There are no specific examples for how to include technical plans/drawings, maps and geospatial data in your reference list on CiteWrite. The examples below are based on the principle that APA references include:
Who. (When). What. Where.
Who: the creator of the work
When: year the work was created
What: the title of the work
Where: the publication details, or the URL of the website.
Other important information you may need to include are the scale and date the image was created.
Brisbane City Council. (2016). Brisbane City Plan 2014 - Water resource catchments overlay. Brisbane City Plan 2014 Interactive Mapping. Retrieved from https://www.data.brisbane.qld.gov.au/data/dataset/brisbane-city-plan-2014-water-resource-catchments-overlay/resource/ed67c678-8029-405a-9665-cf50b3c4e209
To reference a GIS map
Brisbane City Council. (2015). Brisbane Flood Zones.1:72,224. Retrieved from https://app-ebimap2.aamgeocloud.com/html5viewer/index.html#
To reference a geospatial map produced using GIS software
Nearmap. (Updated Saturday 01 January 2005). Mount Isa City QLD 4825, Australia. 1:200. Retrieved from http://maps.au.nearmap.com/
Jeff Schmaltz. (1 February 2015). Cloud streets in the Bering Sea. Retrieved from https://www.nasa.gov/content/cloud-streets-in-the-bering-sea
From a website
Foster + Partners. (2011, September 8). Proposed main building Level 1 plan. [Architectural drawing]. Retrieved from http://www.archdaily.com/160044/more-about-foster-partners-new-apple-campus-in-cupertino
CiteWrite includes a section on how to reference statistical data including tables, graphs and reports generated from databases using APA style. The examples below provide extra guidance on how to construct your reference.
Tables, graphs, financials generated from a statistical database
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