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On **applied Bayesian statistics**, Dr_Manhattan recommends *Lambert’s **A student’s guide to Bayesian Statistics*over McEarlath’s *Statistical Rethinking, *Kruschke’s *Doing Bayesian Data Analysis*, and Gelman’s *Bayesian Data Analysis.*

On **Functional Analysis, **krnsll recommends Brezis’s *Functional Analysis, Sobolev Spaces and Partial Differential Equations*over Kreyszig’s and Lax’s.

On **Probability Theory**, crab recommends Feller’s *An Introduction to Probability Theory *over Jaynes’ *Probability Theory: The Logic of Science *and MIT OpenCoursewar’s *Introduction to Probability and Statistics.*

On **History of Economics**, Pablo_Stafforini recommends Sandmo’s *Economics Evolving *over Robbins’ *A History of Economic Thought* and Schumpeter’s *chaotic History of Economic Analysis*.

On **Relativity**,** **PeterDonis recommends Carroll’s *Spacetime and Geometry* over Taylor & Wheeler’s *Spacetime Physics, *Misner, Thorne, & Wheeler’s *Gravitation, *Wald’s *General Relativity*, and Hawking & Ellis’s *The Large Scale Structure of Spacetime.*

brilliant.

I was worried in the first paragraph (for the same reasons you brought up), but was relaxed by the second :)