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datetime64[ns] dtype loses hours, minutes, seconds when uploaded to CARTO

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I have a dataset of earthquakes from USGS, and I make sure that the data type for the time column is datetime64[ns] by using pd.to_datetime() and checking the dtypes of the DataFrame. Upon writing the dataset to CARTO, I notice that the hours, minutes, and seconds go missing… hm… 🤔

In the Jupyter notebook, everything looks good:


After writing to CARTO, time information goes missing: image

Reading the dataset back into Juypter notebook, the time information is still missing: image

This might just be a CARTO upload problem, but maybe there’s something we can do to fix the data type conversion.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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michellemhocommented, Nov 7, 2017


Updating the version… Stay tooned.

andy-eschcommented, Nov 9, 2017


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