huge thank you for the list. Given the breadth of this, i'm not sure I can get through too much during quarantine, but I will keep this list and slowly get through it.
And to be sure, I'm not trying to do research. I just want to be able to roughly understand modeling to get a sense of its limitations and strengths. As of right now, it's totally a black box for me.
By analysis, do you mean something like this mooc?
Side note: You be licensed as a physician, you only sort of need basic algebra. Prerequisites for matriculation into med school includes a strong suggestion (sometimes requirement) for either a single stats or calc class. During med school, you can pass 70+% of med school stats by knowing how to calculate sens/spec/PPV/NPV and knowing a few experimental biases. And you don't need statistics at all to pass board exams, as they're but a small fraction of the required content. This should explain a lot of MD statistical illiteracy, especially during these times.