Data from IBISWorld counts as one source because they generate and gather the data themselves (unless otherwise noted in the report).
The other two databases are tools that bring together information from many different sources. Each document you find in Business Source Complete, or dataset in Statista, counts as one unique source.
To find the source information in Business Source Complete, click on the title of a document and look for the Cite icon on the left side of the screen.
To find the source information in Statista, click on the title of a dataset and find the source listed in a box on the left side of the page.
APA is an acronym for the American Psychological Association. The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is often used for research work in the social sciences.
MLA stands for Modern Languages Association. The MLA Style Manual is often used for formatting and citing references when writing papers in the liberal arts and humanities.