Maybe follow this Python tutorial provided by an econometrician and dig into the guy's book on Python for Econometrics.
I'm getting more interested in learning statistics and econometrics, and the latter is pulling me back towards economics (yay!). Econometrics seems to be grounded in economics, and it's more appealing and sympathetic with my needs than Statistics proper seems to be.
I kinda can't use the Think Stats book's code and libraries, as they won't run on my machine, but hopefully I'll be able to gather some insights from it. The graphs of PDFs and CDFs are nice, and I hope to get comfortable with making those.