[Qgis-developer] Re: [Qgis-user] Announcing the OrfeoToolbox plugin
julien.malik at c-s.fr
Fri Oct 21 08:28:25 EDT 2011
Following on this recent annoucement, the necessary OrfeoToolbox
binaries to run the modules in Qgis are available in the OSGeo4W
It is now straightforward to get the OrfeoToolbox up and running in Qgis
on Windows machines.
Installation instructions  have been updated to reflect this.
Thanks to the OSGeo4W team to make this possible !
Le 18/10/2011 12:42, Julien Malik a écrit :
> Hello all,
> We are pleased to announce the availability of the OrfeoToolbox 
> Qgis plugin.
> This plugin is based on the already available "Processing Manager"
> plugin , which can also provide access to the SAGA modules.
> It's a Python plugin which can be installed through the Python Plugin
> Installer (but need a required OTB Python package installed on your
> The plugin is hosted in the Faunalia repository, next to the
> "Processing Manager" and the "SAGA Module interface" plugins.
> Installation instructions for the backend Python package are given in
> In particular, an OSGeo4W-compatible binary is provided on a nightly
> basis at , so Windows users can install and test it in a few minutes.
> Testing it on Linux involves more work (see ), but we are working
> on providing Ubuntu binary packages to ease the installation process
> on this platform.
> The plugin provides access to a set of modules wrapping different kind
> of functionnalities of the Orfeo Toolbox.
> As of now, modules are available to perform the following tasks :
> - P+XS Pan Sharpening
> - Orthorectification
> - Optical Calibration
> - KMeans clustering
> - SVM Supervised Classification
> - Mean Shift segmentation
> - Change Detection (Multivariate Alteration Detector algorithm)
> - Hyperspectral data unmixing
> - Filtering (mean, gaussian, anisotropic diffusion)
> - Raster conversion and scaling
> This is only the beginning and new modules will be added regularly to
> expose most of the OTB functionnalities in easy to use application
> Many thanks to Camilo for providing the Processing Manager Framework,
> and to Paolo and Giuseppe for helping on the plugin packaging.
> We will be glad to hear your feedback !
> Best regards,
>  http://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/otb/
>  https://github.com/polymeris/qgis/wiki
>  http://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/packages/nightly/latest/
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> Qgis-user at lists.osgeo.org
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