String formatting of timedeltas in Pandas
I noticed that Pandas knows how to smartly format a timedelta object into a string. In : df[column][rows].max() Out: 0 2 days, 02:08:07 dtype: timedelta64[ns] When I try to do this manually I keep getting the string in nanoseconds. In : df[column][rows].max() Out: numpy.timedelta64(180487000000000,'ns') In : str(df[column][rows].max()) Out: '180487000000000 nanoseconds' I would rather not reinvent the wheel, so is there any way to access the string formatting method (or the string itself) that Pandas uses to show a timedelta object in x days, hh:mm:ss ?
The function is located here: pd.tslib.repr_timedelta64 In action: In : pd.tslib.repr_timedelta64(np.timedelta64(180487000000000,'ns')) Out: '2 days, 02:08:07'
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