Specifies a way of partitioning time by period.
Allows defining a frequency where consecutive periods are offset by a fixed period and the first period starts at a particular time.
A daily frequency, starting at the defined time of the time zone defined by time and ending at the same time 24 hours later.
An hourly frequency starting at the beginning and ending at the end of the full hour respectively.
The highest possible frequency.
Every minute, starting at the beginning of the minute and ending just before the beginning of the next minute.
A monthly frequency starting at 0:00am on the 1st of the month in the given time and ending just before the end of that month.
A quarterly frequency where a quarter is defined to start on the first of January, April, July and October at 0:00 respectively and ends just before the next quarter starts.
Every second, starting at the beginning of the second and ending just before the end of the second.
A weekly frequency, where the week can be defined to start on any day and at any time that day.
A yearly frequency that is defined to start at the beginning of a calendar year and end just before the beginning of the next.
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