How to do it...

Let's begin by importing the libraries and getting the data set ready:

  1. Let's import the required libraries and function:
import numpy as npimport pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as pltfrom scipy.signal import find_peaks
  1. Let's load the Appliances energy prediction dataset:
data = pd.read_csv('energydata_complete.csv')
  1. The data type of the date variable is object; let's change it to datetime:
data['date'] = pd.to_datetime(data['date'])
  1. Now, we need to extract the day, month, and hour part from the datetime variable into new columns:
data[['day', 'month', 'hr']] = pd.DataFrame([(, x.month, x.hour) for x in data['date']])
We discussed the code in the preceding step in the Deriving representations of year and ...

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