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Niko Stapczynski

Niko Stapczynski

Niko Stapczynski is our Data Visualization Engineer.  He performs short-term and long-term specialized data visualization assignments, as well as interim services, for our projects and clients.  His expertise is related to computer programming, statistical analysis, data visualization, data analytics, and data science.  He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and Criminal Justice from Northeastern University (Boston), Khoury College of Computer Sciences.  He has previous employment experience in energy intelligence software, non-profit software services, research for a project funded by the National Science Foundation, and computer operations for a business department.  Niko provides graphic visualization and programming of project data for our HRS services and reports. His technical skills include:


Languages: Python, Java, Scala, C, C++, Lisp, Scheme, Bash, PHP, JavaScript, SQL, LaTeX, Blitz Basic
Systems: Slackware, Fedora, Arch Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows
Software: Ansible, Eclipse, Excel, RStudio, Vim, VirtualBox, GitHub, UML, Android Studio, Plotly, Tableau, Power BI

By converting numeric and textual data into visual graphics, tables, figures, and charts, Niko provides practical applications to our data-driven reports to assist in our recommendations. This makes it easier for the client to recognize correlations, trends, and patterns that might go unidentified.

Job PositionData Visualization Engineer

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Human Resources Services, Inc.

Sandy Stapczynski, President
9 Bartlet Street, Suite 186
Andover, Massachusetts 01810

Phone: 978-474-0200
Fax: 978-475-7925
Cell: 978-430-2061
Email: hrsconsulting@comcast.net

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Human Resources Services, Inc.

We provide specialized technical assistance and consultancy services to cities and towns in current, emerging and changing issues in human resources and municipal operations. As your strategic partner, we deliver the consulting services, analyses and tools to help develop the personnel plans, policies, processes, management and organizational systems required.