seconds_to_period

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Percentile

Contrive a period from a given number of seconds

seconds_to_period uses estimates of time elements (in seconds) to create the period that has the maximum number of large elements(years > months > days > hours > minutes > seconds) and roughly equates to a given number of seconds. Note that the actual number of seconds in a period depends on when the period occurs. Since there is no one-to-one relationship between the periods that seconds_to_period makes and the number of seconds given as input, these periods should be treated as rough estimates only.

Usage
seconds_to_period(x)
Arguments
x
A numeric object. The number of seconds to coerce into a period.
Value

  • A period that roughly equates to the number of seconds given.

Aliases
  • seconds_to_period
Documentation reproduced from package lubridate, version 1.3.0, License: GPL

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