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Pandas | API reference

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  • Pandas | DatetimeIndex constructor
    Pandas DatetimeIndex constructor creates a new DatetimeIndex object, which is most often used as the index of a DataFrame.
  • Pandas | Period constructor
    Pandas Period(~) constructor creates a new Period object, which represents a specific time span or a duration.
  • Pandas | PeriodIndex constructor
    Pandas PeriodIndex(~) constructor creates a new PeriodIndex object, which represents a specific time span or a duration. PeriodIndex is most often used as the index of a DataFrame.
  • Pandas | Timedelta constructor
    Pandas Timedelta(~) constructor creates a new Timedelta object, which represents a time difference in units that you specify. It is typically used to perform date arithmetics.
  • Pandas | Timestamp constructor
    Timestamp is the Pandas' implementation of Python's Datetime, and their functionality and properties are nearly identical. Timestamp is the underlying data structure used for DatetimeIndex.
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