Struct polars::datatypes::Logical

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pub struct Logical<Logical, Physical>(pub ChunkedArray<Physical>, _, pub Option<DataType>)
where
    Logical: PolarsDataType,
    Physical: PolarsDataType;
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Maps a logical type to a chunked array implementation of the physical type. This saves a lot of compiler bloat and allows us to reuse functionality.

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§0: ChunkedArray<Physical>§2: Option<DataType>

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impl Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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pub fn precision(&self) -> Option<usize>

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pub fn scale(&self) -> usize

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impl<K, T> Logical<K, T>

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pub fn field(&self) -> Field

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impl Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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pub fn as_date_iter(&self) -> impl TrustedLen

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pub fn from_naive_date<I>(name: &str, v: I) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = NaiveDate>,

Construct a new DateChunked from an iterator over NaiveDate.

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pub fn to_string(&self, format: &str) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>

Convert from Date into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

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pub fn strftime(&self, format: &str) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>

Convert from Date into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

Alias for to_string.

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pub fn from_naive_date_options<I>( name: &str, v: I ) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Option<NaiveDate>>,

Construct a new DateChunked from an iterator over optional NaiveDate.

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impl Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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pub fn as_datetime_iter(&self) -> impl TrustedLen

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pub fn time_unit(&self) -> TimeUnit

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pub fn time_zone(&self) -> &Option<String>

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pub fn to_string( &self, format: &str ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<StringType>, PolarsError>

Convert from Datetime into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

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pub fn strftime( &self, format: &str ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<StringType>, PolarsError>

Convert from Datetime into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

Alias for to_string.

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pub fn from_naive_datetime<I>( name: &str, v: I, tu: TimeUnit ) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = NaiveDateTime>,

Construct a new DatetimeChunked from an iterator over NaiveDateTime.

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pub fn from_naive_datetime_options<I>( name: &str, v: I, tu: TimeUnit ) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Option<NaiveDateTime>>,

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pub fn cast_time_unit(&self, tu: TimeUnit) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

Change the underlying TimeUnit. And update the data accordingly.

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pub fn set_time_unit(&mut self, tu: TimeUnit)

Change the underlying TimeUnit. This does not modify the data.

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pub fn set_time_zone(&mut self, time_zone: String) -> Result<(), PolarsError>

Available on crate feature timezones only.

Change the underlying TimeZone. This does not modify the data.

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impl Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>

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pub fn time_unit(&self) -> TimeUnit

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pub fn cast_time_unit(&self, tu: TimeUnit) -> Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>

Change the underlying TimeUnit. And update the data accordingly.

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pub fn set_time_unit(&mut self, tu: TimeUnit)

Change the underlying TimeUnit. This does not modify the data.

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pub fn from_duration<I>( name: &str, v: I, tu: TimeUnit ) -> Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = TimeDelta>,

Construct a new DurationChunked from an iterator over ChronoDuration.

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pub fn from_duration_options<I>( name: &str, v: I, tu: TimeUnit ) -> Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Option<TimeDelta>>,

Construct a new DurationChunked from an iterator over optional ChronoDuration.

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impl Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

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pub fn to_string(&self, format: &str) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>

Convert from Time into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

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pub fn strftime(&self, format: &str) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>

Convert from Time into String with the given format. See chrono strftime/strptime.

Alias for to_string.

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pub fn as_time_iter(&self) -> impl TrustedLen

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pub fn from_naive_time<I>(name: &str, v: I) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = NaiveTime>,

Construct a new TimeChunked from an iterator over NaiveTime.

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pub fn from_naive_time_options<I>( name: &str, v: I ) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Option<NaiveTime>>,

Construct a new TimeChunked from an iterator over optional NaiveTime.

Methods from Deref<Target = ChunkedArray<T>>§

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pub fn sum(&self) -> Option<u32>

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pub fn min(&self) -> Option<bool>

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pub fn max(&self) -> Option<bool>

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pub fn mean(&self) -> Option<f64>

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pub fn append(&mut self, other: &ChunkedArray<T>)

Append in place. This is done by adding the chunks of other to this ChunkedArray.

See also extend for appends to the underlying memory

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pub fn apply_values_generic<'a, U, K, F>(&'a self, op: F) -> ChunkedArray<U>
where U: PolarsDataType, F: FnMut(<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>) -> K, <U as PolarsDataType>::Array: ArrayFromIter<K>,

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pub fn apply_nonnull_values_generic<'a, U, K, F>( &'a self, dtype: DataType, op: F ) -> ChunkedArray<U>

Applies a function only to the non-null elements, propagating nulls.

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pub fn try_apply_nonnull_values_generic<'a, U, K, F, E>( &'a self, op: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<U>, E>

Applies a function only to the non-null elements, propagating nulls.

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pub fn apply_generic<'a, U, K, F>(&'a self, op: F) -> ChunkedArray<U>

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pub fn try_apply_generic<'a, U, K, F, E>( &'a self, op: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<U>, E>

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pub fn cast_and_apply_in_place<F, S>(&self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<S>

Cast a numeric array to another numeric data type and apply a function in place. This saves an allocation.

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pub fn apply_mut<F>(&mut self, f: F)
where F: Fn(<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native) -> <T as PolarsNumericType>::Native + Copy,

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pub fn apply_mut<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>
where F: FnMut(&'a str) -> &'a str,

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pub fn apply_to_buffer<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>
where F: FnMut(&'a str, &mut String),

Utility that reuses an string buffer to amortize allocations. Prefer this over an apply that returns an owned String.

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pub fn apply_mut<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<BinaryType>
where F: FnMut(&'a [u8]) -> &'a [u8],

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pub fn apply_as_ints<F>(&self, f: F) -> Series
where F: Fn(&Series) -> Series,

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pub fn apply_as_ints<F>(&self, f: F) -> Series
where F: Fn(&Series) -> Series,

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pub fn len(&self) -> usize

Get the length of the ChunkedArray

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pub fn null_count(&self) -> usize

Return the number of null values in the ChunkedArray.

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pub unsafe fn set_null_count(&mut self, null_count: u32)

Set the null count directly.

This can be useful after mutably adjusting the validity of the underlying arrays.

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The new null count must match the total null count of the underlying arrays.

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pub fn is_empty(&self) -> bool

Check if ChunkedArray is empty.

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pub fn rechunk(&self) -> ChunkedArray<T>

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pub fn slice(&self, offset: i64, length: usize) -> ChunkedArray<T>

Slice the array. The chunks are reallocated the underlying data slices are zero copy.

When offset is negative it will be counted from the end of the array. This method will never error, and will slice the best match when offset, or length is out of bounds

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pub fn limit(&self, num_elements: usize) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where ChunkedArray<T>: Sized,

Take a view of top n elements

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pub fn head(&self, length: Option<usize>) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where ChunkedArray<T>: Sized,

Get the head of the ChunkedArray

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pub fn tail(&self, length: Option<usize>) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where ChunkedArray<T>: Sized,

Get the tail of the ChunkedArray

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pub fn prune_empty_chunks(&mut self)

Remove empty chunks.

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pub fn to_decimal(&self, infer_length: usize) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

Convert an StringChunked to a Series of DataType::Decimal. Scale needed for the decimal type are inferred. Parsing is not strict.
Scale inference assumes that all tested strings are well-formed numbers, and may produce unexpected results for scale if this is not the case.

If the decimal precision and scale are already known, consider using the cast method.

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pub fn extend(&mut self, other: &ChunkedArray<T>)

Extend the memory backed by this array with the values from other.

Different from ChunkedArray::append which adds chunks to this ChunkedArray extend appends the data from other to the underlying PrimitiveArray and thus may cause a reallocation.

However if this does not cause a reallocation, the resulting data structure will not have any extra chunks and thus will yield faster queries.

Prefer extend over append when you want to do a query after a single append. For instance during online operations where you add n rows and rerun a query.

Prefer append over extend when you want to append many times before doing a query. For instance when you read in multiple files and when to store them in a single DataFrame. In the latter case finish the sequence of append operations with a rechunk.

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pub fn for_each<'a, F>(&'a self, op: F)
where F: FnMut(Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>>),

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pub fn is_null(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

Get a mask of the null values.

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pub fn is_not_null(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

Get a mask of the valid values.

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pub fn rolling_map_float<F>( &self, window_size: usize, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<T>, PolarsError>
where F: FnMut(&mut ChunkedArray<T>) -> Option<<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native>,

Apply a rolling custom function. This is pretty slow because of dynamic dispatch.

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pub unsafe fn to_string_unchecked(&self) -> ChunkedArray<StringType>

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String is not validated

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pub fn as_binary(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BinaryType>

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pub fn any(&self) -> bool

Returns whether any of the values in the column are true.

Null values are ignored.

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pub fn all(&self) -> bool

Returns whether all values in the array are true.

Null values are ignored.

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pub fn any_kleene(&self) -> Option<bool>

Returns whether any of the values in the column are true.

The output is unknown (None) if the array contains any null values and no true values.

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pub fn all_kleene(&self) -> Option<bool>

Returns whether all values in the column are true.

The output is unknown (None) if the array contains any null values and no false values.

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pub fn is_nan(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

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pub fn is_not_nan(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

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pub fn is_finite(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

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pub fn is_infinite(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

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pub fn none_to_nan(&self) -> ChunkedArray<T>

Convert missing values to NaN values.

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pub fn to_canonical(&self) -> ChunkedArray<T>

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pub fn par_iter(&self) -> impl ParallelIterator<Item = Option<Series>>

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pub fn par_iter_indexed(&mut self) -> impl IndexedParallelIterator

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pub fn par_iter_indexed(&self) -> impl IndexedParallelIterator

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pub fn par_iter(&self) -> impl ParallelIterator<Item = Option<&str>>

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pub fn iter(&self) -> impl PolarsIterator

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pub fn to_ndarray( &self ) -> Result<ArrayBase<ViewRepr<&<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native>, Dim<[usize; 1]>>, PolarsError>

If data is aligned in a single chunk and has no Null values a zero copy view is returned as an ndarray

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pub fn to_ndarray<N>( &self ) -> Result<ArrayBase<OwnedRepr<<N as PolarsNumericType>::Native>, Dim<[usize; 2]>>, PolarsError>

If all nested Series have the same length, a 2 dimensional ndarray::Array is returned.

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pub fn amortized_iter( &self ) -> AmortizedListIter<'_, impl Iterator<Item = Option<Box<dyn Array>>>>

This is an iterator over a ListChunked that save allocations. A Series is: 1. Arc<ChunkedArray> ChunkedArray is: 2. Vec< 3. ArrayRef>

The ArrayRef we indicated with 3. will be updated during iteration. The Series will be pinned in memory, saving an allocation for

  1. Arc<..>
  2. Vec<…>
§Warning

Though memory safe in the sense that it will not read unowned memory, UB, or memory leaks this function still needs precautions. The returned should never be cloned or taken longer than a single iteration, as every call on next of the iterator will change the contents of that Series.

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pub fn amortized_iter_with_name( &self, name: &str ) -> AmortizedListIter<'_, impl Iterator<Item = Option<Box<dyn Array>>>>

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pub fn try_apply_amortized_to_list<'a, F>( &'a self, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<ListType>, PolarsError>

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pub unsafe fn apply_amortized_same_type<'a, F>( &'a self, f: F ) -> ChunkedArray<FixedSizeListType>
where F: FnMut(UnstableSeries<'a>) -> Series,

Apply a closure F to each array.

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Return series of F must has the same dtype and number of elements as input.

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pub unsafe fn try_apply_amortized_same_type<'a, F>( &'a self, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<FixedSizeListType>, PolarsError>

Try apply a closure F to each array.

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Return series of F must has the same dtype and number of elements as input if it is Ok.

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pub unsafe fn zip_and_apply_amortized_same_type<'a, T, F>( &'a self, ca: &'a ChunkedArray<T>, f: F ) -> ChunkedArray<FixedSizeListType>

Zip with a ChunkedArray then apply a binary function F elementwise.

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pub fn apply_amortized_generic<'a, F, K, V>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<V>

Apply a closure F elementwise.

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pub fn try_apply_amortized_generic<'a, F, K, V>( &'a self, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<V>, PolarsError>

Try apply a closure F elementwise.

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pub fn for_each_amortized<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F)
where F: FnMut(Option<UnstableSeries<'a>>),

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pub fn inner_dtype(&self) -> DataType

Get the inner data type of the fixed size list.

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pub fn width(&self) -> usize

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pub unsafe fn to_logical(&mut self, inner_dtype: DataType)

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The caller must ensure that the logical type given fits the physical type of the array.

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pub fn get_inner(&self) -> Series

Get the inner values as Series

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pub fn apply_to_inner( &self, func: &dyn Fn(Series) -> Result<Series, PolarsError> ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<FixedSizeListType>, PolarsError>

Ignore the list indices and apply func to the inner type as Series.

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pub fn to_bytes_hashes<'a>( &'a self, multithreaded: bool, hb: RandomState ) -> Vec<Vec<BytesHash<'a>>>

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pub unsafe fn with_chunks(&self, chunks: Vec<Box<dyn Array>>) -> ChunkedArray<T>

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The Arrow datatype of all chunks must match the PolarsDataType T.

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pub unsafe fn amortized_iter( &self ) -> AmortizedListIter<'_, impl Iterator<Item = Option<Box<dyn Array>>>>

This is an iterator over a ListChunked that save allocations. A Series is: 1. Arc<ChunkedArray> ChunkedArray is: 2. Vec< 3. ArrayRef>

The ArrayRef we indicated with 3. will be updated during iteration. The Series will be pinned in memory, saving an allocation for

  1. Arc<..>
  2. Vec<…>
§Warning

Though memory safe in the sense that it will not read unowned memory, UB, or memory leaks this function still needs precautions. The returned should never be cloned or taken longer than a single iteration, as every call on next of the iterator will change the contents of that Series.

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The lifetime of UnstableSeries is bound to the iterator. Keeping it alive longer than the iterator is UB.

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pub unsafe fn amortized_iter_with_name( &self, name: &str ) -> AmortizedListIter<'_, impl Iterator<Item = Option<Box<dyn Array>>>>

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The lifetime of UnstableSeries is bound to the iterator. Keeping it alive longer than the iterator is UB.

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pub fn apply_amortized_generic<'a, F, K, V>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<V>

Apply a closure F elementwise.

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pub fn try_apply_amortized_generic<'a, F, K, V>( &'a self, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<V>, PolarsError>

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pub fn for_each_amortized<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F)
where F: FnMut(Option<UnstableSeries<'a>>),

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pub fn zip_and_apply_amortized<'a, T, I, F>( &'a self, ca: &'a ChunkedArray<T>, f: F ) -> ChunkedArray<ListType>
where T: PolarsDataType, &'a ChunkedArray<T>: IntoIterator<IntoIter = I>, I: TrustedLen<Item = Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>>>, F: FnMut(Option<UnstableSeries<'a>>, Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>>) -> Option<Series>,

Zip with a ChunkedArray then apply a binary function F elementwise.

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pub fn binary_zip_and_apply_amortized<'a, T, U, F>( &'a self, ca1: &'a ChunkedArray<T>, ca2: &'a ChunkedArray<U>, f: F ) -> ChunkedArray<ListType>

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pub fn try_zip_and_apply_amortized<'a, T, I, F>( &'a self, ca: &'a ChunkedArray<T>, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<ListType>, PolarsError>
where T: PolarsDataType, &'a ChunkedArray<T>: IntoIterator<IntoIter = I>, I: TrustedLen<Item = Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>>>, F: FnMut(Option<UnstableSeries<'a>>, Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'a>>) -> Result<Option<Series>, PolarsError>,

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pub fn apply_amortized<'a, F>(&'a self, f: F) -> ChunkedArray<ListType>
where F: FnMut(UnstableSeries<'a>) -> Series,

Apply a closure F elementwise.

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pub fn try_apply_amortized<'a, F>( &'a self, f: F ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<ListType>, PolarsError>

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pub fn inner_dtype(&self) -> DataType

Get the inner data type of the list.

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pub fn set_inner_dtype(&mut self, dtype: DataType)

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pub fn set_fast_explode(&mut self)

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pub fn _can_fast_explode(&self) -> bool

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pub unsafe fn to_logical(&mut self, inner_dtype: DataType)

Set the logical type of the ListChunked.

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The caller must ensure that the logical type given fits the physical type of the array.

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pub fn get_inner(&self) -> Series

Get the inner values as Series, ignoring the list offsets.

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pub fn iter_offsets(&self) -> impl Iterator<Item = i64>

Returns an iterator over the offsets of this chunked array.

The offsets are returned as though the array consisted of a single chunk.

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pub fn apply_to_inner( &self, func: &dyn Fn(Series) -> Result<Series, PolarsError> ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<ListType>, PolarsError>

Ignore the list indices and apply func to the inner type as Series.

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pub unsafe fn get_object_unchecked( &self, index: usize ) -> Option<&(dyn PolarsObjectSafe + 'static)>

Get a hold to an object that can be formatted or downcasted via the Any trait.

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No bounds checks

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pub fn get_object( &self, index: usize ) -> Option<&(dyn PolarsObjectSafe + 'static)>

Get a hold to an object that can be formatted or downcasted via the Any trait.

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pub fn sample_n( &self, n: usize, with_replacement: bool, shuffle: bool, seed: Option<u64> ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<T>, PolarsError>

Sample n datapoints from this ChunkedArray.

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pub fn sample_frac( &self, frac: f64, with_replacement: bool, shuffle: bool, seed: Option<u64> ) -> Result<ChunkedArray<T>, PolarsError>

Sample a fraction between 0.0-1.0 of this ChunkedArray.

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pub fn to_vec(&self) -> Vec<Option<<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native>>

Convert to a Vec of Option<T::Native>.

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pub fn to_vec_null_aware( &self ) -> Either<Vec<<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native>, Vec<Option<<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native>>>

Convert to a Vec but don’t return Option<T::Native> if there are no null values

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pub fn unset_fast_explode_list(&mut self)

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pub fn get_flags(&self) -> Settings

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pub fn is_sorted_flag(&self) -> IsSorted

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pub fn set_sorted_flag(&mut self, sorted: IsSorted)

Set the ‘sorted’ bit meta info.

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pub fn with_sorted_flag(&self, sorted: IsSorted) -> ChunkedArray<T>

Set the ‘sorted’ bit meta info.

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pub fn first_non_null(&self) -> Option<usize>

Get the index of the first non null value in this ChunkedArray.

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pub fn last_non_null(&self) -> Option<usize>

Get the index of the last non null value in this ChunkedArray.

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pub fn iter_validities( &self ) -> Map<Iter<'_, Box<dyn Array>>, fn(_: &Box<dyn Array>) -> Option<&Bitmap>>

Get the buffer of bits representing null values

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pub fn has_validity(&self) -> bool

Return if any the chunks in this ChunkedArray have a validity bitmap. no bitmap means no null values.

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pub fn shrink_to_fit(&mut self)

Shrink the capacity of this array to fit its length.

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pub fn clear(&self) -> ChunkedArray<T>

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pub fn unpack_series_matching_type( &self, series: &Series ) -> Result<&ChunkedArray<T>, PolarsError>

Series to ChunkedArray<T>

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pub fn chunk_lengths( &self ) -> Map<Iter<'_, Box<dyn Array>>, fn(_: &Box<dyn Array>) -> usize>

Returns an iterator over the lengths of the chunks of the array.

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pub fn chunks(&self) -> &Vec<Box<dyn Array>>

A reference to the chunks

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pub unsafe fn chunks_mut(&mut self) -> &mut Vec<Box<dyn Array>>

A mutable reference to the chunks

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The caller must ensure to not change the DataType or length of any of the chunks. And the null_count remains correct.

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pub fn is_optimal_aligned(&self) -> bool

Returns true if contains a single chunk and has no null values

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pub fn dtype(&self) -> &DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.

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pub fn name(&self) -> &str

Name of the ChunkedArray.

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pub fn ref_field(&self) -> &Field

Get a reference to the field.

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pub fn rename(&mut self, name: &str)

Rename this ChunkedArray.

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pub fn get(&self, idx: usize) -> Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'_>>

Get a single value from this ChunkedArray. If the return values is None this indicates a NULL value.

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This function will panic if idx is out of bounds.

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pub unsafe fn get_unchecked( &self, idx: usize ) -> Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'_>>

Get a single value from this ChunkedArray. If the return values is None this indicates a NULL value.

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It is the callers responsibility that the idx < self.len().

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pub unsafe fn value_unchecked( &self, idx: usize ) -> <T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'_>

Get a single value from this ChunkedArray. Null values are ignored and the returned value could be garbage if it was masked out by NULL. Note that the value always is initialized.

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It is the callers responsibility that the idx < self.len().

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pub fn last(&self) -> Option<<T as PolarsDataType>::Physical<'_>>

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pub fn get_as_series(&self, idx: usize) -> Option<Series>

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pub fn get_as_series(&self, idx: usize) -> Option<Series>

Available on crate feature dtype-array only.
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pub fn layout(&self) -> ChunkedArrayLayout<'_, T>

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pub fn cont_slice( &self ) -> Result<&[<T as PolarsNumericType>::Native], PolarsError>

Contiguous slice

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pub fn data_views(&self) -> impl DoubleEndedIterator

Get slices of the underlying arrow data. NOTE: null values should be taken into account by the user of these slices as they are handled separately

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pub fn into_no_null_iter( &self ) -> impl Send + Sync + ExactSizeIterator + DoubleEndedIterator + TrustedLen

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pub fn group_tuples_perfect( &self, max: usize, multithreaded: bool, group_capacity: usize ) -> GroupsProxy

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pub fn lhs_sub<N>(&self, lhs: N) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where N: Num + NumCast,

Apply lhs - self

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pub fn lhs_div<N>(&self, lhs: N) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where N: Num + NumCast,

Apply lhs / self

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pub fn lhs_rem<N>(&self, lhs: N) -> ChunkedArray<T>
where N: Num + NumCast,

Apply lhs % self

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impl Add for &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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type Output = Result<Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>, PolarsError>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, rhs: &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> ) -> <&Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> as Add>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<K, T> Clone for Logical<K, T>

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fn clone(&self) -> Logical<K, T>

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl DateMethods for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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fn parse_from_str_slice( name: &str, v: &[&str], fmt: &str ) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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fn year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

Extract month from underlying NaiveDate representation. Returns the year number in the calendar date.
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fn is_leap_year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

Extract year from underlying NaiveDate representation. Returns whether the year is a leap year.
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fn iso_year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

This year number might not match the calendar year number.
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fn quarter(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract month from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Quarters range from 1 to 4.
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fn month(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract month from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the month number starting from 1. Read more
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fn weekday(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract ISO weekday from underlying NaiveDate representation. Returns the weekday number where monday = 1 and sunday = 7
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fn week(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Returns the ISO week number starting from 1. The return value ranges from 1 to 53. (The last week of year differs by years.)
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fn day(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract day from underlying NaiveDate representation. Returns the day of month starting from 1. Read more
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fn ordinal(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int16Type>

Returns the day of year starting from 1. Read more
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impl DatetimeMethods for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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fn year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

Extract month from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the year number in the calendar date.
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fn is_leap_year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<BooleanType>

Extract year from underlying NaiveDate representation. Returns whether the year is a leap year.
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fn iso_year(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

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fn quarter(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract quarter from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Quarters range from 1 to 4.
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fn month(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract month from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the month number starting from 1. Read more
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fn weekday(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract ISO weekday from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the weekday number where monday = 1 and sunday = 7
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fn week(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Returns the ISO week number starting from 1. The return value ranges from 1 to 53. (The last week of year differs by years.)
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fn day(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract day from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the day of month starting from 1. Read more
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fn hour(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract hour from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the hour number from 0 to 23.
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fn minute(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract minute from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the minute number from 0 to 59.
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fn second(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract second from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the second number from 0 to 59.
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fn nanosecond(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

Extract second from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the number of nanoseconds since the whole non-leap second. The range from 1,000,000,000 to 1,999,999,999 represents the leap second.
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fn ordinal(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int16Type>

Returns the day of year starting from 1. Read more
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fn parse_from_str_slice( name: &str, v: &[&str], fmt: &str, tu: TimeUnit ) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl<K, T> Deref for Logical<K, T>

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The resulting type after dereferencing.
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Dereferences the value.
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Mutably dereferences the value.
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impl Div for &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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type Output = Result<Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>, PolarsError>

The resulting type after applying the / operator.
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Performs the / operation. Read more
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impl DurationMethods for Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>

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fn hours(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the hours from a Duration

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fn days(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the days from a Duration

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fn minutes(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the seconds from a Duration

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fn seconds(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the seconds from a Duration

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fn milliseconds(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the milliseconds from a Duration

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fn microseconds(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the microseconds from a Duration

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fn nanoseconds(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int64Type>

Extract the nanoseconds from a Duration

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impl From<ChunkedArray<Int32Type>> for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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fn from(ca: ChunkedArray<Int32Type>) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<ChunkedArray<Int64Type>> for Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

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fn from(ca: ChunkedArray<Int64Type>) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<Logical<DateType, Int32Type>> for Series

Available on crate feature dtype-date only.
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fn from(a: Logical<DateType, Int32Type>) -> Series

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>> for Series

Available on crate feature dtype-datetime only.
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fn from(a: Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>) -> Series

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>> for Series

Available on crate feature dtype-duration only.
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fn from(a: Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>) -> Series

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>> for Series

Available on crate feature dtype-time only.
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fn from(a: Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>) -> Series

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl IntoSeries for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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impl IntoSeries for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl IntoSeries for Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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fn dtype(&self) -> &DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.
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fn get_any_value(&self, i: usize) -> Result<AnyValue<'_>, PolarsError>

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fn cast(&self, dtype: &DataType) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

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fn dtype(&self) -> &DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.
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fn get_any_value(&self, i: usize) -> Result<AnyValue<'_>, PolarsError>

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fn cast(&self, dtype: &DataType) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

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impl LogicalType for Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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fn dtype(&self) -> &DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.
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fn get_any_value(&self, i: usize) -> Result<AnyValue<'_>, PolarsError>

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fn cast(&self, dtype: &DataType) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

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fn dtype(&self) -> &DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.
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fn get_any_value(&self, i: usize) -> Result<AnyValue<'_>, PolarsError>

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fn cast(&self, dtype: &DataType) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

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impl LogicalType for Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

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fn dtype(&self) -> &'static DataType

Get data type of ChunkedArray.
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fn get_any_value(&self, i: usize) -> Result<AnyValue<'_>, PolarsError>

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unsafe fn get_any_value_unchecked(&self, i: usize) -> AnyValue<'_>

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fn cast(&self, dtype: &DataType) -> Result<Series, PolarsError>

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The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> ) -> <&Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> as Mul>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [NaiveDate]> for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>
where T: AsRef<[NaiveDate]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-date only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [NaiveDateTime]> for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[NaiveDateTime]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-datetime only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [NaiveTime]> for Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[NaiveTime]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-time only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [Option<NaiveDate>]> for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>
where T: AsRef<[Option<NaiveDate>]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-date only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [Option<NaiveDateTime>]> for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[Option<NaiveDateTime>]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-datetime only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [Option<NaiveTime>]> for Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[Option<NaiveTime>]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-time only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [Option<TimeDelta>]> for Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[Option<TimeDelta>]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-duration only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl<T> NamedFrom<T, [TimeDelta]> for Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>
where T: AsRef<[TimeDelta]>,

Available on crate feature dtype-duration only.
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fn new(name: &str, v: T) -> Logical<DurationType, Int64Type>

Initialize by name and values.
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impl PolarsMonthEnd for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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fn month_end( &self, _time_zone: Option<&Tz> ) -> Result<Logical<DateType, Int32Type>, PolarsError>

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impl PolarsMonthEnd for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl PolarsMonthStart for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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impl PolarsMonthStart for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl PolarsRound for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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impl PolarsRound for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl PolarsTruncate for Logical<DateType, Int32Type>

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fn truncate( &self, _tz: Option<&Tz>, every: &ChunkedArray<StringType>, offset: &str ) -> Result<Logical<DateType, Int32Type>, PolarsError>

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impl PolarsTruncate for Logical<DatetimeType, Int64Type>

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impl Sub for &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>

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type Output = Result<Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type>, PolarsError>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, rhs: &Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> ) -> <&Logical<DecimalType, Int128Type> as Sub>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl TimeMethods for Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

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fn hour(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract hour from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the hour number from 0 to 23.

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fn minute(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract minute from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the minute number from 0 to 59.

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fn second(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int8Type>

Extract second from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the second number from 0 to 59.

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fn nanosecond(&self) -> ChunkedArray<Int32Type>

Extract second from underlying NaiveDateTime representation. Returns the number of nanoseconds since the whole non-leap second. The range from 1,000,000,000 to 1,999,999,999 represents the leap second.

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fn parse_from_str_slice( name: &str, v: &[&str], fmt: &str ) -> Logical<TimeType, Int64Type>

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