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# Pandas: Combine together day and intraday offsets

## Pandas Time Series: Exercise-24 with Solution

Write a Pandas program to generate time series combining day and intraday offsets intervals.

Sample Solution:

Python Code :

``````import pandas as pd
dateset1 = pd.date_range('2029-01-01 00:00:00', periods=20, freq='3h10min')
print("Time series with frequency 3h10min:")
print(dateset1)
dateset2 = pd.date_range('2029-01-01 00:00:00', periods=20, freq='1D10min20U')
print("\nTime series with frequency 1 day 10 minutes and 20 microseconds:")
print(dateset2)
``````

Sample Output:

```Time series with frequency 3h10min:
DatetimeIndex(['2029-01-01 00:00:00', '2029-01-01 03:10:00',
'2029-01-01 06:20:00', '2029-01-01 09:30:00',
'2029-01-01 12:40:00', '2029-01-01 15:50:00',
'2029-01-01 19:00:00', '2029-01-01 22:10:00',
'2029-01-02 01:20:00', '2029-01-02 04:30:00',
'2029-01-02 07:40:00', '2029-01-02 10:50:00',
'2029-01-02 14:00:00', '2029-01-02 17:10:00',
'2029-01-02 20:20:00', '2029-01-02 23:30:00',
'2029-01-03 02:40:00', '2029-01-03 05:50:00',
'2029-01-03 09:00:00', '2029-01-03 12:10:00'],
dtype='datetime64[ns]', freq='190T')

Time series with frequency 1 day 10 minutes and 20 microseconds:
DatetimeIndex([       '2029-01-01 00:00:00', '2029-01-02 00:10:00.000020',
'2029-01-03 00:20:00.000040', '2029-01-04 00:30:00.000060',
'2029-01-05 00:40:00.000080', '2029-01-06 00:50:00.000100',
'2029-01-07 01:00:00.000120', '2029-01-08 01:10:00.000140',
'2029-01-09 01:20:00.000160', '2029-01-10 01:30:00.000180',
'2029-01-11 01:40:00.000200', '2029-01-12 01:50:00.000220',
'2029-01-13 02:00:00.000240', '2029-01-14 02:10:00.000260',
'2029-01-15 02:20:00.000280', '2029-01-16 02:30:00.000300',
'2029-01-17 02:40:00.000320', '2029-01-18 02:50:00.000340',
'2029-01-19 03:00:00.000360', '2029-01-20 03:10:00.000380'],
dtype='datetime64[ns]', freq='87000000020U')
```

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