You can interact with the calendar by clicking on a day to select the date.
In addition, the left and right arrows in the header can be used to move forward or back a month.
By clicking on the title of the calendar you can change the view from days in the current month to months in the current year.
Another click will switch to years in the current decade.
This action allows you to jump easily to dates in the past or the future.
By clicking theor button in the bar the first or last date will be selected respectively.
You can also use your keyboard to navigate through dates.
Use the cursor keys to change the selection.
The and key will select the first or last day, month, year or decade, depending on the active view.
Use and to change one month, year or decade, depending on the active view.
Use and to change between day, month, year and decade views.
The journey can be animated using the
Animation will automatically select the dates sequentially using the update interval indicated on the right-hand side of the bar.
The animation will start from the selected date after clicking the green
The button will start the animation from the selected date, but going back in the journey history.
Once an animation is running, the button will change into a button which can be used to end the animation.
By clicking theor button the first or last date will be selected respectively.
Thebuttons on either side of the animation update interval can be used to speed up or slow down the animation.
Consult the Options section below to change how the route is displayed during animation.
It's possible to hide future positions and to truncate the trailing route.
Because journeys can overlap, especially the longer ones, looking at specific parts of the journey can be difficult.
Filtering by dates makes it possible to select only a specific date range of a journey.
The first and last dates of the desired date span can be entered in the box.
The dates can be selected by clicking the calendar icon on the right-hand side of a date.
This will show a calendar which can be navigated as described in Date Selection above.
Alternatively, dates can be changed using the keyboard.
Click on the date that needs to be changed and use the , , and cursor keys to change it.
Use the and cursor keys to move between the parts of the date.
The option box to the left of a date can be used to disable or enable a date.
If a date is disabled, the first or last available date respectively of the journey will be used.
The new dates will only be used for filtering after thebutton has been clicked.
Should the selected first date be later than the selected last date, the two dates will be swapped automatically.
Thebutton will reset both dates to the first and last available dates of the journey.
A ship is considered stationary when two consecutive dates have the same position.
If this option is enabled, by default markers are used to indicate stationary positions.