Python Pandas IntervalArray - Check Intervals that only have an open endpoint in common overlap or not

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To check Intervals that only have an open endpoint in common overlap or not, use the overlaps() method.

At first, import the required libraries −

import pandas as pd

Two intervals overlap if they share a common point, including closed endpoints. Create an IntervalArray −

intervals = pd.arrays.IntervalArray.from_tuples([(10, 20), (20, 35)])

Display the IntervalArray −

print("IntervalArray...\n",intervals)

Check Intervals that only have an open endpoint in common overlap or not. We have set closed on the right-side with the "right" value of the "closed" parameter −

print("\nDoes interval that that only have an open endpoint overlap or not...\n",intervals.overlaps(pd.Interval(20,25, closed='right')))

Example

Following is the code −

import pandas as pd

# Two intervals overlap if they share a common point, including closed endpoints
# Create an IntervalArray
intervals = pd.arrays.IntervalArray.from_tuples([(10, 20), (20, 35)])

# Display the IntervalArray
print("IntervalArray...\n",intervals)

# Display the interval length
print("\nInterval length...\n",intervals.length)

# Check Intervals that only have an open endpoint in common overlap or not
# We have set closed on the right-side with the "right" value of the "closed" parameter
print("\nDoes interval that that only have an open endpoint overlap or not...\n",intervals.overlaps(pd.Interval(20,25, closed='right')))

Output

This will produce the following output −

IntervalArray...
<IntervalArray>
[(10, 20], (20, 35]]
Length: 2, dtype: interval[int64, right]

Interval length...
Int64Index([10, 15], dtype='int64')

Does interval that that only have an open endpoint overlap or not...
[False True]
raja
Published on 19-Oct-2021 06:36:38
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