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Corrected several misprints in help.

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paolo.cavallini committed Jun 1, 2012
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@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ A note on vector layer selections
By default, when an external algorithm takes a vector layer, it will use
all its features, even if a selection exist in QGIS. You can make an
external algorithm aware of that selection by checking the *Use selected
features in eternal applications* item in the *General* settings group.
features in external applications* item in the *General* settings group.
When you do so, each time you execute an external algorithm that uses a
vector layer, the selected features of that layer will be exported to a
new layer, and the algorithm will work with that new layer instead.
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ parameter values, SEXTANTE will show an error message. This is because
the algorithm descriptions (needed to create the parameters dialog and
give SEXTANTE the information it needs about the algorithm) are not
included with SAGA, but with SEXTANTE instead. That is, they are part of
SEXTANTE, so you have them in yur installation even if you have not
SEXTANTE, so you have them in your installation even if you have not
installed SEXTANTE. Running the algorithm, however, needs SAGA binaries
installed in your system.

@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ Most of SAGA algorithms that require several input raster layers,
require them to have the same grid system. That is, to cover the same
geographic area and have the same cellsize, so their corresponding grids
match. When calling SAGA algorithms from SEXTANTE, you can use any
layer, regarless of its cellsize and extent. When multiple raster layers
layer, regardless of its cellsize and extent. When multiple raster layers
are used as input for a SAGA algorithm, SEXTANTE resamples them to a
common grid system and then passes them to SAGA (unless the SAGA
algorithm can operate with layers from different grid systems).
@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@ Knowing that, we can now understand the first line of our example script
pts=spsample(polyg,numpoints,type="random")

The variable ``polygon`` already contains a ``SpatialPolygonsDataFrame``
object, so it can be usedto call the ``spsample`` method, just like the
object, so it can be used to call the ``spsample`` method, just like the
``numpoints`` one, which indicates the number of points to add to the
created sample grid.

@@ -269,7 +269,7 @@ layer:
>lillie.test(layer[[field]])

The output ot the last line is printed, but the output of the first is
not (and neither are the otputs from other command lines added
not (and neither are the outputs from other command lines added
automatically by SEXTANTE).

If your algorithm creates any kind of graphics (using the ``plot()``
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ algorithms: ``runalg``. Its syntax is as follows:
> runalg{name_of_the_algorithm, param1, param2, ..., paramN,
Output1, Output2, ..., OutputN)

The list of parameters and ouputs to add depends on the algorithm you
The list of parameters and outputs to add depends on the algorithm you
want to run, and is exactly the list that the ``describealg`` method
gives you, in the same order as shown.

@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ For output data objects, type the filepath to be used to save it, just
as it is done from the toolbox. If you want to save the result to a
temporary file, use ``None``. The extension of the file determines the
file format. If you enter a file extension not included in the ones
supportede by the algorithm, the default file format for that output
supported by the algorithm, the default file format for that output
type will be used, and its corresponding extension appended to the given
filepath.

@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@ SEXTANTE supports in its scripts, their syntax and some examples.

The parameter name is the name that will be shown to the user when
executing the algorithm, and also the variable name to use in the script
code. The value entered by the user for that parameter will be asigned
code. The value entered by the user for that parameter will be assigned
to a variable with that name.

Layers and tables values are strings containing the filepath of the
@@ -310,7 +310,7 @@ Outputs are defined in a similar manner, using the following tags:

- ``output file``

The value asigned to the output variables is always a string with a
The value assigned to the output variables is always a string with a
filepath. It will correspond to a temporary filepath in case the user
has not entered any output filename.

@@ -320,7 +320,7 @@ method does not load the layers it produces, the final TWI layer will be
loaded, since it is saved to the file entered by the user, which is the
value of the corresponding output.

Do not use the ``load()`` method in your scripta algorithms, but just
Do not use the ``load()`` method in your script algorithms, but just
when working with the console line. If a layer is created as output of
an algorithm, it should be declared as such. Otherwise, you will not be
able to properly use the algorithm in the modeler, since its syntax (as
@@ -14,11 +14,11 @@ Basic elements of the SEXTANTE GUI
----------------------------------

There are four basic elements in the SEXTANTE GUI, which are used to run
SEXTANTE algorithms for different purposes. Chosing one tool or another
SEXTANTE algorithms for different purposes. Choosing one tool or another
will depend on the kind of analysis that is to be performed and the
particular characteristics of each user and project. All of them (except
for the batch processing interface, which is called from the toolbox, as
we will see) can be accesed from the *SEXTANTE* menu item (you will see
we will see) can be accessed from the *SEXTANTE* menu item (you will see
more than four entries. The remaining ones are not used to execute
algorithms and will be explained later in this chapter).

@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ the plugin manager), making them more useful, since they can be executed
from elements such as the modeler or the batch processing interface,
which we will soon describe.

Additionaly, two more providers can be found, namely Models and
Additionally, two more providers can be found, namely Models and
*Scripts*. This providers include user-created algorithms, and allow you
to define your own workflows and processing tasks. We will devote a full
section to them a bit later.
@@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ left-hand side of the dialog.

Along with the aforementioned *Output folder* entry, the *General* block
contains parameters for setting the default rendering style for SEXTANTE
layers (that is, layers generated by using algorihtms from any of the
layers (that is, layers generated by using algorithms from any of the
SEXTANTE components). Just create the style you want using QGIS, save it
to a file, and then enter the path to that file in the settings so
SEXTANTE can use it. Whenever a layer is loaded by SEXTANTE and added to

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