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Converting DatetimeIndex to Series of datetime in Pandas
Time Series Cookbook
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Consider the following
date_index = pd.to_datetime(["2019/11/25","2020/12/26"])date_indexDatetimeIndex(['2019-11-25', '2020-12-26'], dtype='datetime64[ns]', freq=None)
To convert this
DatetimeIndex into a
Series of type
pd.Series(date_index)0 2019-11-251 2020-12-26dtype: datetime64[ns]
Note that the underlying data is copied, and so modifying this Series will not mutate the original
DatetimeIndex and vice versa.
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