converting a Django ValuesListQuerySet object to a float

i have time data saved (in epoch time) in a MySQL database as a IntegerField. i’m doing some data visualisation where i’d like to show orders by the hour and by day of the week as bar charts, so i’d …

Datetime Timezones from String

I am trying to figure out how to make a datetime object aware through using a variable. I grab the timezone of the user and pass it through a form to be used. I have tried both of the below methods …

Why time zone conversation doesn’t affect the figure in plotting datetime objects in matplotlib?

I’m trying to plot a figure in which dates, without times, are in x-axis and times, without dates, are in y-axis: The above code works well. However when I convert time zones from UTC to US/Eastern I get the same result, as if I did nothing. The result of both before and after time zone conversation: When I print, for example, first element of the list times before and after conversation I get different and the desired result. So the conversation works well: Answer to get a correct localization of the time, I suggest to combine the date from your

Convert pandas timezone-aware DateTimeIndex to naive timestamp, but in certain timezone

You can use the function tz_localize to make a Timestamp or DateTimeIndex timezone aware, but how can you do the opposite: how can you convert a timezone aware Timestamp to a naive one, while …

How to enable timezones with babel in my jinja filter?

I want to use timezones according to the babel locale. How can I achieve this? The specific situation I have is the goal of displaying the date and time of an article and a humanized and localized way …

How do I get a value of datetime.today() in Python that is “timezone aware”?

I am trying to subtract one date value from the value of datetime.today() to calculate how long ago something was. But it complains: The value datetime.today() doesn’t seem to be “timezone aware”, while my other date value is. How do I get a value of datetime.today() that is timezone aware? Right now, it’s giving me the time in local time, which happens to be PST, i.e. UTC – 8 hours. Worst case, is there a way I can manually enter a timezone value into the datetime object returned by datetime.today() and set it to UTC-8? Of course, the ideal solution