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"Database time in hours minits and seconds but not good in Rapidminer"

mlimpensmlimpens Member Posts: 1 Learner I
edited May 2019 in Help

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  • David_ADavid_A Administrator, Moderator, Employee, RMResearcher, Member Posts: 270  RM Research

    Hi,

     

    sorry but your question is not completely clear. 

    Could you perhaps explain in what format the entries are in the database (and which database), and how you try to convert them afterwards?

     

    Best,
    David

  • rfuentealbarfuentealba Moderator, RapidMiner Certified Analyst, Member, University Professor Posts: 532   Unicorn

    Hello,

     

    You get a datetime but you want your field to be a time, am I right? Your best bet is to use Nominal to Date and use hh:mm as your date format, because you do not care about the date.

     

    All the best,

     

    Rodrigo.

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