retrieve the choosen function and returns a full argument list with the default settings

parseOTBFunction(algo = NULL, gili = NULL)

Arguments

algo

either the number or the plain name of the `OTB` algorithm that is wanted. Note the correct (of current/choosen version) information is probided by `parseOTBAlgorithms()`

gili

optional list of avalailable `OTB` binaries if not provided `linkOTB()` is called

Examples

if (FALSE) { otbLink<-link2GI::linkOTB() if (otbLink$exist) { ## parse all modules algos<-parseOTBAlgorithms(gili = otbLink) ## take edge detection cmdList<-parseOTBFunction(algo = algos[27],gili = otbLink) ## print the current command print(cmdList) } } ##+##