ee.DateRange

Creates a DateRange with the given start (inclusive) and end (exclusive), which may be Dates, numbers (interpreted as milliseconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z), or strings (such as '1996-01-01T08:00'). If 'end' is not specified, a 1-millisecond range starting at 'start' is created.

UsageReturns
ee.DateRange(start, end, timeZone)DateRange
ArgumentTypeDetails
startObject

endObject, default: null

timeZoneString, default: null

If start and/or end are provided as strings, the time zone in which to interpret them; defaults to UTC.

Examples

Code Editor (JavaScript)

print('String date inputs (interpreted as UTC by default)',
      ee.DateRange('2017-06-24', '2017-07-24'));

print('String date inputs with timeZone argument',
      ee.DateRange('2017-06-24', '2017-07-24', 'America/Los_Angeles'));

print('String date-time inputs with timeZone argument',
      ee.DateRange('2017-06-24T07:00:00', '2017-07-24T07:00:00',
                   'America/Los_Angeles'));

print('A single date input results in a 1-millisecond range',
      ee.DateRange('2017-06-24'));

print('ee.Date inputs',
      ee.DateRange(ee.Date('2017-06-24'), ee.Date('2017-07-24')));

print('ee.Date date-time inputs (UTC by default)',
      ee.DateRange(ee.Date('2017-06-24T07:00:00'),
                   ee.Date('2017-07-24T07:00:00')));

print('ee.Date date-time inputs with timeZone arguments',
      ee.DateRange(ee.Date('2017-06-24T07:00:00', 'UTC'),
                   ee.Date('2017-07-24T07:00:00', 'America/Los_Angeles')));

print('Number inputs as milliseconds from Unix epoch (2017-06-24, 2017-07-24)',
      ee.DateRange(1498262400000, 1500854400000));