So this site is for statisticians and people with an interest in the discipline, and covers amongst other things, applied statistical analysis and visualising data.
Communicating statistics is a hot topic and one many statisticians are professionally involved in and personally passionate about.
This seems like a good place for questions about communicating statistics, and I imagine many users of this site will have plenty to contribute. I'm also sure there will be some people who want to stick rigidly to mathematical statistical questions, who might find this too 'applied' for their tastes.
So, questions about statistical communication: On topic or off topic?
If on topic, it probably needs a tag or two since it's something some statisticians are passionate about and that others aren't interested in.
If off topic, we probably need to be clear about why, where precisely we draw the line, and where statisticians and others who communicate and advocate statistics should go with such questions.
Here's a simple practical example of a question which I posted here on the basis that it seemed to be relevant to enough people in this community to attract quality interesting answers. I've had a look on the FAQ and it's not addressed their directly. I went looking for communications related questions to see if there was any precedent, and found one: this one with a lively discussion and plenty of upvotes, plus a few 'explanation' related questions that are part communications part teaching (which has a tag) 1, 2, 3,.