Over the years several readers have suggested (sometimes demanded!) that I write a book on statistics. Indeed, since the company’s mission is to make the most useful parts of math accessible to the people, it makes sense to pursue statistics as the next title. Statistics is some of the most useful math out there! The 21st century is going to be all about data, so it makes sense to learn about the concepts and tools you need to analyze data, discover patterns, and make decisions.

I’ve now been working on the **No Bullshit Guide to Statistics** for three years so I figured it’s about time for an update to let y’all know how it’s going. My goals with this blog post are to share with you the **detailed book outline** and **chapter previews**, and also ask for your help to **validate certain assumptions** about the readers’ background (math and programming skills) and their motivation to learn statistics. Please jump to the short survey before continuing with the rest of the blog post. It won’t take longer than 2 mins.

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