Answered By: Amanda Peach
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2015     Views: 19036

Here is an example in MLA format:

Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Monthly Unemployment Rate in the United States from September 2011 to September 2012 (Seasonally Adjusted)”. (2012): Statista. Web. 04 April 2014.

You'll see from the example that Statista is not the author of the info; Statista is only an aggregator of data. On the left-hand side of the page where you have found your data, there will be a box where you can locate the source of the information (in this case, the Bureau of Labor Statistics) as well as the date it was published (in this case 2012, found in the same box, but on a different tab called 'Release'). The title of the source is taken directly from above the graph. The other date in this citation is the date you accessed the info.