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Online course for inferential statistics [duplicate]

Having graduated in econometrics I am now working as a Data Science Consultant. I would like to gain a deeper knowledge of (theory of) inferential statistics. Is there any recommendable online course/...
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Books in Statistics [duplicate]

I would like to know a good book in statistics, that would interest me. I have before this spent a lot of time spent studying discrete mathematics and abstract algebra and i love its beauty and ...
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Self-studying regression analysis [duplicate]

What book will teach the most rigorous way the regression analysis? I read as a mathematician myself, and now I have to improve my statistical skills to get a job. I would like to learn what kind of ...
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High Level Elementary Statistics Textbook [duplicate]

I am looking for an elementary statistics book, that contains topics such as descriptive statistics, sampling distributions of the mean and variance, etc. However, despite my interest in basic topics, ...
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Reference request on multivariate statistics [duplicate]

I am taking a course on multivariate statistics and I enjoy it pretty much. But I feel the course focuses too much on procedures and not on answering "why" some things are the way they are. So let me ...
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Mathematical Statistics Videos

A question previously sought recommendations for textbooks on mathematical statistics Does anyone know of any good online video lectures on mathematical statistics? The closest that I've found are: ...
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Mathematician wants the equivalent knowledge to a quality stats degree

I know people love to close duplicates so I am not asking for a reference to start learning statistics (as here). I have a doctorate in mathematics but never learned statistics. What is the shortest ...
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What math subjects would you suggest to prepare for data mining and machine learning?

I'm trying to put together a self-directed math curriculum to prepare for learning data mining and machine learning. This is motivated by starting Andrew Ng's machine learning class on Coursera and ...
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Standard reference for classical mathematical statistics?

Can anyone recommend some books that are considered to be standard references for classical (frequentist) statistics? IE, fairly comprehensive, and also, been around for a while so that typos and ...
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Path to mathematical statistics without analysis background: ideal textbook for self study

I'm fairly mathematically inclined — had 6 semesters of Math in my undergrad — though I'm a bit out of practice and slow with say partial differential equations and path integrals my concepts come ...
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Introduction to applied probability for pure mathematicians?

I have a graduate-level background in pure mathematics (Measure Theory, Functional Analysis, Operator Algebra, etc.) I also have a job that requires some knowledge of probability theory (from basic ...
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How should a math-paranoid programmer learn stats?

(this is the opposite of "introduction to statistics for mathematicians") I'm a programmer who loves writing logic and even a libsvm vector embedding library to my name. Now I'm getting asked ...
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Book for Statistical and Probability Theory [duplicate]

I have taken one introductory statistics class and I am finishing up an econometrics class, but these classes are more about applications and just applying formulas without any explanations as to how ...
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AP Statistics exam

I have a good handle on probability theory, at least I understand the book I 1st course in probablity by Ross. However, I am having a hard time understanding Statistics, I got a prep book to teach ...
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Statistics for Engineers resource request

I have checked Introduction to statistics for mathematicians question. That is not what I am asking. I was looking at some book review on the web about statistics. Stat books seems to be written with ...

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