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I'm running into this error and I'm not quite sure what the error means. Novice here, operating out of jupyter environment, and trying to burn the vector layer of roads (road_lyr) into the raster road_ds.

gdal.RasterizeLayer( road_ds, [1], road_lyr, burn_values=[1], callback=gdal.TermProgress)

where my road_ds is

road_ds = gtiff_driver.Create('roads_prox.tif', in_band.XSize, in_band.YSize)
road_ds.SetProjection(in_ds.GetProjection())
road_ds.SetGeoTransform(in_ds.GetGeoTransform())

and road_lyr is

shp_ds = ogr.Open(folder)
road_lyr = shp_ds.GetLayerByName(roads_ln)
road_lyr.GetExtent()

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RuntimeError                              Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-16-b8a413aa8f73> in <module>()
----> 1 gdal.RasterizeLayer( road_ds, [1], road_lyr, burn_values=[1], callback=gdal.TermProgress)
C:\Anaconda3\lib\site-packages\osgeo\gdal.py in RasterizeLayer(*args, **kwargs)
   1622 def RasterizeLayer(*args, **kwargs):
   1623     """RasterizeLayer(Dataset dataset, int bands, Layer layer, void * pfnTransformer=None, void * pTransformArg=None, int burn_values=0, char ** options=None, GDALProgressFunc callback=0, void * callback_data=None) -> int"""
-> 1624     return _gdal.RasterizeLayer(*args, **kwargs)
   1625 
   1626 def Polygonize(*args, **kwargs):
RuntimeError: Object given is not a Python function

How do I fix this?

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I have met the same error before, and I solve the problem after I defaulted to the parameter 'callback'.

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