About a month ago I posted about The Data Visualisation Catalogue. If you have data to visualise, hit up this website, tell it what you’re trying to show, and it will suggest some appropriate chart/graph types.
Today I’ve come across another single-purpose website that I think is great, and it’s audience is intended to be a little more general than people who want to visualise their datasets.
It’s The Punctuation Guide!
When I discovered it I fully expected not to learn anything new, merely to receive confirmation that my use of punctuation was already top-notch.
I was, of course, incorrect.
Check out the site to see what you’ve been doing incorrectly your whole life! One word of caution: the guide is intended primarily for writers of American English. There’s a page that explains the main differences between that and British English. Here in Canada you should probably be doing something in-between the two, but if you’re looking for specifics I’m the wrong person to ask.