Commit b4f8a25e authored by Daniel McInerney's avatar Daniel McInerney

DOC: applied reviewers comments

parent d9440dda
...@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ modules needs to be properly set with the ``OTB_APPLICATION_PATH`` ...@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ modules needs to be properly set with the ``OTB_APPLICATION_PATH``
environment variable. The standard location on Unix systems is environment variable. The standard location on Unix systems is
``/usr/lib/otb/applications``. On Windows, the applications are ``/usr/lib/otb/applications``. On Windows, the applications are
available in the ``otb-bin`` OSGeo4W package, and the environment is available in the ``otb-bin`` OSGeo4W package, and the environment is
configured automatically so it doesn't need to be modified configured automatically so ``OTB_APPLICATION_PATH`` doesn't need to be modified
``OTB_APPLICATION_PATH``. ``OTB_APPLICATION_PATH``.
Once your environment is set, you can use OTB applications from Python, just Once your environment is set, you can use OTB applications from Python, just
...@@ -278,7 +278,7 @@ parameter: ...@@ -278,7 +278,7 @@ parameter:
otbcli_BandMath -inxml saved_applications_parameters.xml otbcli_BandMath -inxml saved_applications_parameters.xml
Note that you can also add additional parameters on the command line at the same Note that you can also add additional parameters to the command line at the same
time time
:: ::
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...@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ two vectors (see next section “New operators and functions” ...@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ two vectors (see next section “New operators and functions”
Now, let’s go back to the first formula: this one specifies the addition Now, let’s go back to the first formula: this one specifies the addition
of two images band to band. With muParserX lib, we can now define such of two images band to band. With muParserX lib, we can now define such
operation with only one formula, instead of many formulae (as many as operation with only one formula, instead of many formulas (as many as
the number of bands). We call this new functionality the **batch mode**, the number of bands). We call this new functionality the **batch mode**,
which directly arises from the introduction of vectors within muParserX which directly arises from the introduction of vectors within muParserX
framework. framework.
...@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ For instance, im1b3N3x5 represents the following neighbourhood: ...@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ For instance, im1b3N3x5 represents the following neighbourhood:
Fundamentally, a neighbourhood is represented as a matrix inside the Fundamentally, a neighbourhood is represented as a matrix inside the
muParserX framework; so the remark about mathematically well-defined muParserX framework; so the remark about mathematically well-defined
formulae still stands. formulas still stands.
New operators and functions New operators and functions
--------------------------- ---------------------------
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...@@ -82,8 +82,8 @@ int main( int argc, char* argv[]) ...@@ -82,8 +82,8 @@ int main( int argc, char* argv[])
// //
// We start by the classical \code{typedef}s needed for reading and // We start by the classical \code{typedef}s needed for reading and
// writing the images. The \doxygen{otb}{BandMathImageFilter} class // writing the images. The \doxygen{otb}{BandMathImageFilter} class
// works with \doxygen{otb}{Image} as input, so we need to define additional // works with \doxygen{otb}{Image} as input, so we need to define additional
// filters to extract each layer of the multispectral image. // filters to extract each layer of the multispectral image.
// //
// Software Guide : EndLatex // Software Guide : EndLatex
...@@ -183,9 +183,9 @@ int main( int argc, char* argv[]) ...@@ -183,9 +183,9 @@ int main( int argc, char* argv[])
// Software Guide : BeginLatex // Software Guide : BeginLatex
// //
// The muParser library also provides the possibility to extend existing built-in functions. For example, // The muParser library also provides the possibility to extend existing built-in functions. For example,
// you can use the OTB expression "ndvi(b3, b4)" with the filter. In this instance, the mathematical expression would be // you can use the OTB expression "ndvi(b3, b4)" with the filter. In this instance, the mathematical expression would be
// \textit{if($ndvi(b3, b4)>0.4$, 255, 0)}, which would return the same result. // \textit{if($ndvi(b3, b4)>0.4$, 255, 0)}, which would return the same result.
// //
// Software Guide : EndLatex // Software Guide : EndLatex
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