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I'm starting with Earth Engine (EE) coding. Following instructions from https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/tutorial_api_07 I was able to put together some code and get a plot. But why the range of date on the plot goes from 2016 to 2018 while filterDate('2017-01-01', '2017-12-31')?

var image = ee.Image(
  s2.filterBounds(point)
    .filterDate('2017-01-01', '2017-12-31')
    .sort('CLOUD_COVER')
    .first()
);

var addNDVI = function(image) {
  var ndvi = image.normalizedDifference(['B5', 'B4']).rename('NDVI');
  return image.addBands(ndvi);
};

var ndvi = addNDVI(image).select('NDVI');

var withNDVI = s2.map(addNDVI);

var chart = ui.Chart.image.series({
  imageCollection: withNDVI.select('NDVI'),
  region: point,
  reducer: ee.Reducer.first(),
  scale: 30
}).setOptions({title: 'NDVI over time'});

print(chart);

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That is because in line 18 you call s2, which is likely your whole input image collection of the sentinel-2 (but you'll have to provide a link to your code to see those input features).

Besides, you are trying to filter an image on date and location, which is not possible. You can only do that for image collections. By getting the first() of an image collection, you will only get one image.

To improve the code you want it, you should just add this line:

var s2 = s2.filterDate('2017-01-01', '2017-12-31').filterBounds(point)

A link to a working code with random location would be: https://code.earthengine.google.com/a95b7ec94fa6f9cb0d23fe6ecd5de0d9

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  • Hi, how does date range work? If I put a start/end date filter on an image collection, will it display an averaged image over that range? – Austin Feb 17 at 18:16

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