How to keep statistical lessons that we catch growing? Is there any model to learn statistics in a way to get the best use of them in engineering applications? I don't mean recommendations on basic statistics via books etc. Practical ideas are inquired in the level of intermediate-high statistics.
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I find the best way to learn more is to work with real data. This is easy to do in engineering. Construct multi-factor experiments and attempt to analyze the data. Often, real-world applications will produce 'interesting' distributions of data, which will prove challenging to analyze. In the process of figuring out how to analyze them, you can learn plenty.