If you are unsure about whether content should be included in the thesis or in an appendix, consult with your supervisor.
The thesis and appendices must be uploaded in a single file.
For more information about appendices, please see the Thesis Template Instructions.
Note: Signatures, personal phone numbers, or personal email addresses (ones that contains part of a person’s name) must be redacted from your thesis.
Generally, but not always, the Dissertation Appendices are where raw data would be found.
The point of adding this material at the end is so not to disrupt the fluency of the thesis body by interposing overly detailed materials mid-text, thus breaking the flow and distracting the reader.
That said, the information in the Appendices needs to be relevant and useful.
This is not a place to “dump” reams of digressive materials.
Instead, it is a place to consolidate the core material of the thesis with supporting peripheral content.
Supplementary materials can come in a wide variety of content forms, including formulas, questionnaires, diagrams, maps, charts, tables, figures, pictures or whatever else might aid your thesis.