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The Set-Alias cmdlet creates or changes an alias (alternate name) for a cmdlet or for a command element, such as a function, a script, a file, or other executable.

You can also use Set-Alias to reassign a current alias to a new command, or to change any of the properties of an alias, such as its description.

Out[266]: Out[268]: Out[269]: Sparse timeseries are ones where you have a lot fewer points relative to the amount of time you are looking to resample.

Naively upsampling a sparse series can potentially generate lots of intermediate values.

Defined observance rules are: Pandas has a simple, powerful, and efficient functionality for performing resampling operations during frequency conversion (e.g., converting secondly data into 5-minutely data).

This is extremely common in, but not limited to, financial applications.

Thus, first quarter of 2011 could start in 2010 or a few months into 2011.

Via anchored frequencies, pandas works for all quarterly frequencies Converting between period and timestamp enables some convenient arithmetic functions to be used.

Or passing ‘Na T’ will fill in transition times with not-a-time values.

Consider a Out[143]: Datetime Index(['2012-03-01', '2012-03-02', '2012-03-03'], dtype='datetime64[ns]', freq=' D')Out[144]: Out[145]: class which can be used to create customized business day calendars which account for local holidays and local weekend conventions.

As an interesting example, let’s look at Egypt where a Friday-Saturday weekend is observed.

See with a time zone will have their fields (day, hour, minute) localized to the time zone.

However, timestamps with the same UTC value are still considered to be equal even if they are in different time zones: Out[397]: Timestamp('2012-03-11 0100', tz=' Europe/Berlin')Out[404]: Out[407]: Out[408]: Out[409]: In addition to ‘infer’, there are several other arguments supported.