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Manipulate with Jalali date in pandas

Project description


Package for converting dates from Gregorian to A Persian Date (aka: Jalali Calendar) and back.

This package is port of package khayyam to use with Pandas dataframes.


To install from package manager:

pip install pandas-jalali


To convert from Jalali dates to Gregorian:

import pandas as pd
from pandas_jalali.converter import get_gregorian_date_from_jalali_date

df = pd.DataFrame([
    [1346, 1, 1],
    [1346, 10, 20]
], columns=['year', 'month', 'day'])

df['year_gregorian'], df['month_gregorian'], df['day_gregorian'] = get_gregorian_date_from_jalali_date(df['year'], df['month'], df['day'])

print df
     year  month   day  year_gregorian  month_gregorian  day_gregorian
0  1346.0    1.0   1.0          1967.0              3.0           21.0
1  1346.0   10.0  20.0          1968.0              1.0           10.0

To convert from Gregorian dates to Jalali: Not yet implemented


At first make sure that you are in virtualenv.

Install all dependencies:

make setup

To run tests:

make test


MIT licence

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