Learn "advanced basics" of statistics? I'm a physicist and would like to prepare for a job interview where the job is to do statistical analysis and optimization of models for medical data or so. The firm does consulting for pharmaceutical companies. Anyway, I know the very basics of statistics, of course. Can anyone recommend some online information (or book) which I could study to sound more clever at the job interview? :) It should cover important concepts in a concise way. I couldn't find another forum to post this to. The Lessons one seems locked. Suggestions welcome.