Here is a graph of the function $y=-1/x$:

If we add infinitely many similar functions with a shift of $\pi/2$ each in both directions, we get $\tan x$. But if we do the same only in one direction, we get "incomplete tangent":

The yellow one is $\operatorname{pg}(x)=\frac 1\pi \psi (\frac x\pi)$, the blue one is $\operatorname{cpg}(x)=-\frac 1\pi \psi (1-\frac x\pi)$. They obey $\operatorname{cpg}(x)+\operatorname{pg}(x)=-\cot(x)$.

Now if we differentiate cpg(x) we get:

$$(\operatorname{cpg}(x))^{(s-1)}=\pi^{-s}\Gamma(s)\zeta(s,1-\frac x\pi)$$

At $x=0$ it would be

$$\operatorname{cpg}^{(s-1)}(0)=\pi^{-s}\Gamma(s)\zeta(s)$$

Compare it with this formula involving Riemann Xi-function:

$$\xi(2s) = \pi^{-s}\Gamma\left(s\right)\zeta(2s)$$

I wonder is the similarity between these two formulas just a coincidence or Riemann Xi function serves as a consecutive derivative (generating function) of some simple or notable function?