Python Pandas - Return frequency applied on the given BusinessDay Offset object as a string

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To return frequency applied on the given BusinessDay Offset object as a string, use the BusinessDay.freqstr property in Pandas.

At first, import the required libraries −

import datetime
import pandas as pd

Set the timestamp object in Pandas −

timestamp = pd.Timestamp('2021-1-1 01:55:02.000045')

Create the BusinessDay Offset. BusinessDay is the DateOffset subclass −

bdOffset = pd.tseries.offsets.BusinessDay(offset = datetime.timedelta(days = 7, hours = 7, minutes = 7))

Display the Updated Timestamp −

print("\nUpdated Timestamp...\n",timestamp + bdOffset)

Return the frequency applied on the given BusinessDay object as a string −

print("\nFrequency on the given BusinessDay Offset...\n",bdOffset.freqstr)

Example

Following is the code −

import datetime
import pandas as pd

# Set the timestamp object in Pandas
timestamp = pd.Timestamp('2021-1-1 01:55:02.000045')

# Display the Timestamp
print("Timestamp...\n",timestamp)

# Create the BusinessDay Offset
# BusinessDay is the DateOffset subclass
bdOffset = pd.tseries.offsets.BusinessDay(offset = datetime.timedelta(days = 7, hours = 7, minutes = 7))

# Display the BusinessDay Offset
print("BusinessDay Offset...\n",bdOffset)

# Display the Updated Timestamp
print("\nUpdated Timestamp...\n",timestamp + bdOffset)

# return the frequency applied on the given BusinessDay object as a string
print("\nFrequency on the given BusinessDay Offset...\n",bdOffset.freqstr)

Output

This will produce the following code −

Timestamp...
 2021-01-01 01:55:02.000045
BusinessDay Offset...
 <BusinessDay: offset=datetime.timedelta(days=7, seconds=25620)>

Updated Timestamp...
 2021-01-11 09:02:02.000045

Frequency on the given BusinessDay Offset...
 B+7D7H7Min
raja
Updated on 21-Oct-2021 08:15:43

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