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I am in the process of shifting my raster calculations over from manually entering them into Raster Calculator to executing them in a Python script. I am curious if I can execute equations such as the following in Map Algebra, which is Python friendly:

.00001 * Power("RasterLayer1",2) - 0.0145 * "RasterLayer1" + 79.16

For some background, there will always be one raster layer that I want to perform computations with in the script, as opposed to numerous.

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See What is Map Algebra and Working with Raster Objects in addition to the link in Kirk's comment. For example:

from arcpy.sa import *
inraster = Raster("rasterlayer or path to raster")
outraster = .00001 * Power(inraster ,2) - 0.0145 * inraster  + 79.16
outraster.save("path to output raster")
  • Thank you very much, I had a suspicion it would lead somewhere along these lines! – E. Weglarz Aug 4 '16 at 10:10

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