Making complex data, simple to use.
I work with companies that want to make smarter business decisions.
In today's world, business programs create lots of data that are supposed support you in making better business decisions.
Problem is not all the information generated fits together well. This can be confusing and frustrating. Many business owners and their team members end up wasting weekends and evening trying to use difficult to understand dashboards and reports to make major business decisions. Data that should be helpful and valuable, becomes complex and useless.
I don’t suppose you’d relate to that, would you?
"Peter Koebel supported the team at Strategic Event Initiatives Inc. in its data science analysis for a major international project. Peter was very professional and provided timely reports based on the raw data provided."
In Grade 3 I was part of an enrichment program. One of our projects was working with the programming language Logo using their Turtle Graphics feature.
In Grade 10 AP Computer Science I learned to program in Pascal.
In Grade 11 and 12 AP Computer Science I learned to program in C++.
During my first year of University I took two semesters of Computer Science, learning to program in Java.
In some of my University Statistics courses I analyzed data with SAS.
For multiple University Math courses I programmed in Matlab.
In my Anthropology courses I studied Ethnographies, which are cultural biographies. To develop insights into not just broad ethnic cultures, but also potentially other cultures such as cities, companies, offices, hobby groups, etc.
I graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree. My major was Applied Mathematics with Statistics option and minor was Anthropology.
I have completed courses on:
Certified Tableau Desktop Specialist
Presently, I primarily work on data science projects in R, Python and Tableau. As well as, professionally worked with Microsoft Excel, SQL.
I also attend and help out at a local monthly Data Science meetup.
My Data Science videos can be viewed on my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC11XKzpsOJM0masvN2HFQww/videos
I celebrated International Open Data Day 2019 by helping set up and participating in the 2019 Winnipeg Open Data Hackathon.
Here is a news report on the event.
I'm in the background during the interviews, in a yellow shirt brainstorming ideas.
I have 4 kids. A daughter who is 17 and 3 boys, ages 15, 11, and 10.
I was born with dual Swiss-Canadian citizenship in Austria. Long Story...
I grew up in:
Some of my hobbies include hiking, participating in escape rooms and playing board games.