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i want to use the Spatially constrained multivariate clustering tool for a point shapefile. I'm using PyScripter. The shapefile is named "LITO2016_area_modelli_20190312_v2" and the attribute fields i want to use in the analysis are "Rvmedian", "Rv_int_ran" and "zero". Prova is the output field. Arcpy give me this error:

AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'SpatiallyConstrainedMultivariateClustering_stats'

I don't know where i'm wrong.

import arcpy
    from arcpy import env
    from arcpy.sa import *
    #Check out the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension license
    arcpy.CheckOutExtension("spatial")
    arcpy.env.workspace = r'C:\python'
    arcpy.SpatiallyConstrainedMultivariateClustering_stats("LITO2016_area_modelli_20190312_v2", "prova", None, "Rvmedian", "Rv_int_ran", "zero", None, None, None,"CONTIGUITY_EDGES_CORNERS")

Can anybody help me?

  • You imported say functions already, so use it without arcpy. Or use arcpy.sa, but no of arguments could be different – FelixIP Apr 15 at 9:37
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Seems like the correct name of the function is

arcpy.stats.SpatiallyConstrainedMultivariateClustering

In general, when you get an error: " 'module' object has no attribute X", it means that there is no function named X in the library/module/class, which means you probably have written something wrong in the name of the function, which should be quick to find in the corresponding module's documentation.

  • thnk you for your reply, it is well explained. I tried to change the name of the function like you suggest but it give the same error. – Elisa m Apr 15 at 9:53

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