What book would you recommend for non-statisticians?
Which is a good book for self-learning of statistics? I tried the "Head first statistics" which starts very well, but when talking on t-distribution and some more complex issues, its quality degrades (just my opinion). Also, smth like "for dummies" might be too simplistic. I started now "Statistics in plain english", it might be a good startup for intuition, but I guess it will not suffice later on.
For example, I considered Feller's volumes on probability theory as a very good start for studying that domain. I am looking for similar consistent books in the domain of Statistics.