Python Pandas - Round the Timedelta with minutely frequency


To round the Timedelta with specified resolution, use the timestamp.round() method. Set the minutely frequency resolution using the freq parameter with value T.

At first, import the required libraries −

import pandas as pd

TimeDeltas is Python’s standard datetime library uses a different representation timedelta’s. Create a Timedelta object −

timedelta = pd.Timedelta('2 days 10 hours 45 min 20 s 35 ms 55 ns')

Display the Timedelta −

print("Timedelta...\n", timedelta)

Return the rounded Timestamp with minutely frequency. Here, the specified resolution is set using the "freq" parameter. −

timedelta.round(freq='T')

Example

Following is the code −

import pandas as pd

# TimeDeltas is Python’s standard datetime library uses a different representation timedelta’s
# create a Timedelta object
timedelta = pd.Timedelta('2 days 10 hours 45 min 20 s 35 ms 55 ns')

# display the Timedelta
print("Timedelta...\n", timedelta)

# return the rounded Timestamp
# with minutely frequency
# Here, the specified resolution is set using the "freq" parameter
res = timedelta.round(freq='T')

# display the rounded Timestamp
print("\nTimedelta (minutely rounded)...\n", res)

Output

This will produce the following code −

Timedelta...
2 days 10:45:20.035000055

Timedelta (minutely rounded)...
2 days 10:45:00

Updated on: 14-Oct-2021

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