Intereting Posts

Hom and direct sums
Quotient of $\textrm{GL}(2,\textbf{R})$ by the conjugate action of $\textrm{SO}(2,\textbf{R})$
Is it true that a space-filling curve cannot be injective everywhere?
A question about $\prod_{x\in \mathbb{R}^{*}}{x}$
Proving $\lim\limits_{n\to\infty}\frac{a_{n+1}-a_n}{b_{n+1}-b_n}=L$ implies $\lim\limits_{n\to \infty}\frac{a_n}{b_n}=L$
How to find non-isomorphic trees?
asymptotic expansion from 3 leading terms
The equation $X^{n} + Y^{n} = Z^{n}$ , where $ n \geq 3$ is a natural number, has no solutions at all where $X,Y,Z$ are intergers.
Four fractions of certain factorials give another factorial
Closed Convex sets of $\mathbb{R^2}$
Help with a limit of an integral: $\lim_{h\to \infty}h\int_{0}^\infty{{ {e}^{-hx}f(x)} dx}=f(0)$
contour integration of logarithm
How to prove that $\lim_{n \to\infty} \frac{(2n-1)!!}{(2n)!!}=0$
Why can't three unit regular triangles cover a unit square?
The Cauchy-Schwarz Master Class, Problem $1.2$

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.

- Original source for a quote by Lobachevsky
- To find all odd integers $n>1$ such that $2n \choose r$ , where $1 \le r \le n$ , is odd only for $r=2$
- Foundations of logic
- Reference for multivariable calculus
- Recommend a statistics fundamentals book
- Help understanding Algebraic Geometry

Thank you for the suggestions.

- How many $N$ digits binary numbers can be formed where $0$ is not repeated
- When chessboards meet dominoes
- explicitly constructing a certain flat family
- Bounding or evaluating an integral limit
- Help with convergence in distribution
- Why we consider log likelihood instead of Likelihood in Gaussian Distribution
- Odds of guessing suit from a deck of cards, with perfect memory
- Good book for high school algebra
- Which Linear Algebra textbook would be best for beginners? (Strang, Lay, Poole)
- Where to start learning about topological data analysis?

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.

- The line integral $\int_{\gamma}\frac 1z$ and branchs of logarithm
- What good is infinity?
- How to randomly construct a square full-ranked matrix with low determinant?
- How to prove tr AB = tr BA?
- Quotient $M/M^2$ is finite dimensional over $R/M$ in local Noetherian ring?
- Density of positive multiples of an irrational number
- Is $0.1010010001000010000010000001 \ldots$ transcendental?
- Monotonic subsequences and convergence
- Is there always a telescopic series associated with a rational number?
- Associated ideals of a principal ideal generated by a nonzero divisor
- $C ( \times \to \mathbb R)$ dense in $C ( \rightarrow L^{2} ( \to \mathbb R))$?
- The extension of smooth function
- Do the two limits coincide?
- Is such a map always null-homotopic?
- Give an example of a nonabelian group in which a product of elements of finite order can have infinite order.