Of late I have started self-learning. I have bought a few well-advised Statistics books such as Statistics for Management by Levin and First Course on Probability by Ross. I observe that Ross' book has much more coverage than that of Levin's. I think Ross covers probability from Mathematical Statistics point of view rather than that of Business Statistics. Levin's does not have as much coverage on probability as Ross (In my humble opinion). And there I get confused.
Given that I want pursue a career in Data Analysis, should I follow Ross book along with Levin's? Will Levin's book's coverage of Probability will suffice? Do you think following Ross' book First Course in Probability would be difficult and I should first start with Levi?
Could you please give your guidance.
Warm Regards Sabya