Commit 4453a4b8 authored by Manuel Grizonnet's avatar Manuel Grizonnet

DOC: increase figure sizes

parent fbc5cb1f
......@@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ ExtractROI.STARTX=140
The script ~exercise1.py~ launches the Superimpose OTB application
as presented in the following scheme:
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.7\textwidth
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.8\textwidth
[[file:Images/app-python-1.png]]
*Note:* Superimpose may be configured to used different interpolations
......@@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ ExtractROI.STARTX=140
in the same script to obtain the desired result.
The script ~exercise2.py~ chains OTB applications as presented in the following scheme:
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.7\textwidth
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 1\textwidth
[[file:Images/app-python-2.png]]
Use the Superimpose and Bandmath applications to calculate the NDVI and Water map image
......@@ -297,7 +297,7 @@ ExtractROI.STARTX=140
In OTB terms, we perform just one BandMath calculation (instead of two).
The script ~exercise3.py~ chains OTB applications as presented in the following scheme:
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.7\textwidth
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 1\textwidth
[[file:Images/app-python-3.png]]
In-memory connection: the output of application1 might be declared as input of
......@@ -335,11 +335,11 @@ ExtractROI.STARTX=140
If a CLD pixel value is different of zero, that means that a cloud
has been detected in the pixel. The aim of this exercise is to use an special
value (255) in the final mask when clouds are present.
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.7\textwidth
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.8\textwidth
[[file:Images/app-python-4.png]]
The script ~exercise4.py~ chains OTB applications as presented in the following scheme:
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 0.7\textwidth
#+ATTR_LATEX: :float t :width 1\textwidth
[[file:Images/app-python-5.png]]
At the end of the chain, an OTB application "ManageNoData" is used to set the NODATA value
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