OTB Software Guide is a comprehensive guide which comprises about 800 pages, detailing the steps to install OTB and describing many of the features of the library. Most of the classes available are heavily illustrated with results from real remote sensing processing. It is also available as an online html version.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ) is also included in the software guide.
OTB CookBook : a guide for OTB-Applications and Monteverdi dedicated for non-developers. It is composed of a brief tour of of OTB-Applications and Monteverdi, followed by a set of recipes to perform remote sensing tasks with both tools. It is also available as PDF.
C++ API documentation
Doxygen generated documentation for the latest OTB Release. These pages contain extensive descriptions describing inheritance, methods, object collaboration.
We list here free training material for OTB. Please write to otb-users mailing-list if you want to have something added here.
CNES training course
Periodically, CNES organize workshops for new OTB users.You can find material and tutorials for past events:
- INRA Bordeaux 2016 (in French)
- FOSS4G-fr 2016 (in French)
- SFPT Summer School on «Satellite Image Processing with Open Source Software» (English/French)
- CNRM-CEN Grenoble
Those courses are based on a common set of material and exercises. The source is available and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License in the OTB-Document repository. Exercises are available in English and French.
Mathieu Fauvel, an associate professor with the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (University of Toulouse – INP ENSAT) is maintaining a set of labwork to teach how to use and extract information from remote sensing images for land management. It is based on OTB, QGIS, GDAL and Python :
Some presentations and tutorials are also available on SlideShare.