I am looking for a textbook on Statistical Analysis. Unfortunately most of the books I have seen, such as Statistics by DeGroot et al., are quite the opposite of the terse and lean textbooks I prefer (such as any book by Milnor).
Can someone suggest to me an introductory or perhaps even intermediate statistics textbook which is under 300 pages. It can assume that I know measure theory but not much probability theory (though I doubt that would be necessary).
The textbook should teach me enough statistical analysis as is required in an (Business/Financial) Analysts job.
Thank you for the suggestions.
I like Nitis Mukhopadhyay’s Probability and Statistical Inference. But that’s just a starting point. It’s impossible to tell what exactly you would need for a Business/Financial Analysis job, but probably more than what can be covered in a single introductory textbook.