Use the view selection pull down menu at the top right of the display to change views. In the Position/Velocity vs Time view notice the irregularity of the plot. Repeated clicks on the Action button will plot farther out along the t-axis.
In the Phase Space Projection view you can see clearly that the plot never arrives twice at the same position and velocity. The plotted lines may eventually overwrite one another because they have finite thickness. Just click on the Color button while the model is running to shift to a contrasting color.
In the Phase Space Orbit display, the entire three dimensional attractor is shown, including the time dimension along with position and velocity. The time axis is a closed loop whose duration is equal to the period of the forcing function.
In the Orbit Section view, the phase space orbit is sliced in several places to reveal its inner structure.
The Poincaré Section view shows one of those orbit slices in infinite detail. In running the Poincaré Section view of this model you might wasnt to zoom in on a particular region. When the picture has developed enough so you can determine the extent of the object taking shape in the (x,x') plane, halt the plot and place the cursor at a point slightly above and to the left of the object and hold down the left mouse button while dragging the cursor down and to the right so the zoom box just encloses the object. Releasing the left mouse button will expand the boxed area to fill the screen. Then click on Action to again plot the figure. Let this view run a good long time so that the details of the orbit cross section are revealed.
in the Basins of Attraction view you can click the mouse to mark a point in the (x, x') plane. Then when you click on Action, the system trajectory from that point to the attractor is shown.