Distance-time diagrams online
DTVD only makes distance-time diagrams - nothing else, but they do it right. No muddling through never-ending dialogs and complex calculations. Simply distance-time diagrams on an input basis that you set yourself and are able to understand and follow every step.
It's like drawing your diagram on a sheet of paper in the conventional way, yet with the help of easily understandable and intuitive CAD techniques. On DTVD.net you carry out the sometimes cumbersome drawing work in no time at all and present the results of your reconstruction in a professional presentation that you and the others involved can understand and follow.
Especially in more recent expert literature, people are increasingly complaining that the distance-time diagram as the perfect presentation of the analysis results is being increasingly disregarded. This may have to do with the fact that creating on on a drawing board in the conventional way or with the programs that are available that reveal a certain amount of complexity (because additional advanced analytical tasks can be carried out with them) , are frequently regarded as 'cumbersome' or time-consuming. DTVD wants to contribute towards alleviating this drawing work with a straightforward and intuitive range of commands and it should also be usable without having to go through long-winded training, especially if you don't create a distance-time diagram every day - which is most probably the case.
Due to the clear structure of DTVD, you will definitely be able to create your first distance-time diagram spontaneously and without long-winded instructions. However, you can find a brief introduction further below explaining the basic set-up, how to handle the coordinate system, the zoom and scale functions and the drawing area that will appear when your diagram is printed out.
The application is almost fully controlled via the mouse, the mouse buttons, the mouse wheel as well as the icons in the drop-down menu to the left of the screen. The individual functions in the drop-down menu are displayed on the help page on the right-hand side of a menu bar. so that you can find help on the individual functions fast. That will most probably be hardly necessary because the icons make the desired action recognizable.