This textbook introduces some essential concepts that I would want a student graduating with a bachelor's or master's degree in statistics to have been exposed to, even if only in passing. In particular, it shows the power of combining statistical theory with simulation and, more generally, computation.
The textbook is published as a volume in the Institute of Mathematical Statistics Textbooks series by Cambridge University Press. It is available directly from the publisher and from Amazon.
The textbook has a companion R notebook. This simple notebook is only meant to illustrate concepts and tools introduced in the textbook, and also to serve as an entry point to the practice of data analysis using R. It is not meant to stand on its own. (Some basic familiarity with R is assumed.)