I have took several beginner courses in statistics at my local university. I have also read two introductory books. I would now like to deepen my knowledge on certain areas, such as
- bivariate and multivariate normal distributions
- characteristic functions
- inter-rater reliability
- causal inference
- power analysis
- general linear models
I realize these represent a large number of different topics. However, I would still like to ask is there any book that would cover more than one of the topics at the same time? I would be looking at some kind of intermediate-level text.