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I'm really interested in this, but wish someone wrote a matching "how to learn stats". This seems aimed at people who already have stats knowledge and experience with R, so there's lots of "you know what I'm talking about" assumptions.



I recommend The Cartoon Guide to Statistics, as a good way to get into stats. I've taught a class using it work a number of times, and it makes a great first exposure. The equations are there, explained in a really nice way.

https://www.amazon.com/Cartoon-Guide-Statistics-Larry-Gonick...


That seems like it's _always_ how it is with stats... I find it very easy to get lost in stats presentations and articles with my STAT100-esque-understanding of simple random vars/distributions/PMF+PDFs




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