The following is a list of common terms you'll encounter when working with temporal data:
A layer that displays data based on the current time of the time slider.
A stand-alone table that displays data based on the current time of the time slider.
A map that contains one or more temporal layers or stand-alone tables.
The time attached to a piece of data (feature, image, and so on). The time stamp can be a single instant or a time interval.
A single point on the timeline.
The period of time between two points on a timeline.
Time extent of the time slider
The period of time represented by the time slider bar.
Time extent of the map
The period of time visualized on the map set by the controls on the time slider.
Information about the time zone and rules for daylight saving time. Setting a temporal reference allows you to visualize datasets recorded across different time zones that may or may not have rules for daylight saving time.
A display option associated with data that receives continuous updates outside the application. Setting time properties on layers that receive a live feed enables Live Mode on the time slider to automatically progress the map's time extent with your system clock.