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Returns a filter that passes if the object's timestamp falls within the given range of a calendar field. The month, day_of_year, day_of_month, and day_of_week are 1-based. Times are assumed to be in UTC. Weeks are assumed to begin on Monday as day 1. If end < start then this tests for value >= start OR value <= end, to allow for wrapping.

ee.Filter.calendarRange(start, end, field)Filter
startIntegerThe start of the desired calendar field, inclusive.
endInteger, default: nullThe end of the desired calendar field, inclusive. Defaults to the same value as start.
fieldString, default: "day_of_year"The calendar field to filter over. Options are: `year`, `month`, `hour`, `minute`, `day_of_year`, `day_of_month`, and `day_of_week`.


Code Editor (JavaScript)

// A Sentinel-2 surface reflectance image collection intersecting the peak of
// Mount Shasta, California, USA.
var ic = ee.ImageCollection('COPERNICUS/S2_SR')
             .filterBounds(ee.Geometry.Point(-122.196, 41.411));

print('Images for a month range (June-August)',
      ic.filter(ee.Filter.calendarRange(6, 8, 'month')));

print('A start value greater than end value is valid (Dec-Feb)',
      ic.filter(ee.Filter.calendarRange(12, 2, 'month')));

// This example uses the 'year' field value. Note that is the
// preferred method when filtering by whole years, as it is much faster.
print('Images for a year range (2020-2021)',
      ic.filter(ee.Filter.calendarRange(2020, 2021, 'year')));

// This example uses the 'day_of_year' field value. Note that
// ee.Filter.dayOfYear is the preferred method for filtering by DOY.
// The ee.Date.getRelative function is used to identify DOY from an ee.Date
// object for a representative year. Be mindful of leap years when filtering
// by DOY.
var startDoy = ee.Date('2000-06-01').getRelative('day', 'year');
var endDoy = ee.Date('2000-06-15').getRelative('day', 'year');
print('start DOY =', startDoy,
      'end DOY =', endDoy,
      'Images for a day-of-year range',
      ic.filter(ee.Filter.calendarRange(startDoy, endDoy, 'day_of_year')));