I'm using these codes to generate Cell-Statistics, I have data in four different folders but right now I'm using two folders just for the testing but I couldn't get the result. I'm a beginner level of Python user.

Can you help me out with this code?

I'm getting this kind of error again and again:

import arcpy
from arcpy.sa import *
arcpy.CheckOutExtension ("Spatial")
arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True
arcpy.env.workspace = r'I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_D'
inws = arcpy.env.workspace
inws1 = r'I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_N'
outws = r'I:\Test_Delete\OUTPUT'
rasters = arcpy.ListRasters()
for r in rasters:    
    prefix = os.path.splitext(r)[0]
    suffix = os.path.splitext(r)[1]
    prefix1 = prefix.rstrip("Aqua_D")
    raster2 = os.path.join(inws1, prefix1 + "Aqua_N" + suffix)
    print raster2
    outraster = os.path.join(outws, prefix1 + "mean" + suffix)
    print outraster
    outCellStatistics = CellStatistics([arcpy.sa.Raster(r), arcpy.sa.Raster(raster2)], "MEAN")


Runtime error 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 19, in <module>
RuntimeError: ERROR 000732: Input Raster: Dataset I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_N\clip1_A2002185Aqua_N.tif does not exist or is not supported

These are the folders

Data in one of the folder, (i.e. Aqua_D)

  • 1
    Can you verify that you really have I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_N\clip1_A2002185Aqua_N.tif in Aqua_N folder?
    – fatih_dur
    Jul 18 '20 at 9:23
  • Try replacing [arcpy.sa.Raster(r), arcpy.sa.Raster(raster2)] with [r, raster2] in CellStatistics. Accouring to the help section inputs should be raster layers (not raster objects)
    – BERA
    Jul 18 '20 at 10:08
  • @BERA Sir, After editing my code I'm getting another Runtime Error
    – Raza
    Jul 19 '20 at 3:35
  • @fatih_dur Sir, there is no such kind of file that has been created.
    – Raza
    Jul 19 '20 at 4:05
  • That’s might be the problem. CellStatistics tool expects existing rasters to do the MEAN calculation.
    – fatih_dur
    Jul 19 '20 at 4:47

prefix1 = prefix.rstrip("Aqua_D") is just asking for a failure, python is a case sensitive language; it seems to me you want to swap "Aqua_D" with "Aqua_N" so perhaps instead of rstrip and concatenation try raster2 = os.path.join(inws1, r.lower().replace("aqua_d","aqua_n")) then check that both rasters are valid with arcpy.Exists, case isn't important to the file system so using the lower case of the input string won't hurt.

Perhaps the biggest problem is that your file paths don't match your screen shots, the paths you have printed are:


But your screen shot of the Aqua_D folder shows file names like I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_N\clip1_A2002185.tif, I can only assume that the files are similarly named in the Aqua_N folder.. which makes all the path/string modifications redundant:

import arcpy
from arcpy.sa import * 
# just a personal thing but I prefer paths set before environs
# when your code gets bigger and more complex it's easy enough
# to find them right at the top and modify the values
inws  = r'I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_D'  # Please consider changing
inws1 = r'I:\Test_Delete\AQUA_N'  # the case of your variable names
outws = r'I:\Test_Delete\OUTPUT'  # to sentence or camel case

if arcpy.CheckExtension('spatial') != 'Available':
    arcpy.AddError('No spatial analyst extension available')
    sys.exit(-1) # quick bail out with a failure return code if spatial analyst license not available

# now set your environs using the hard paths
arcpy.CheckOutExtension ("Spatial")
arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True
arcpy.env.workspace       = inws

#rasters = arcpy.ListRasters() # redundant line
for r in arcpy.ListRasters():
        # set both prefix and suffix at the same time as splitext always returns a tuple of two elements
        prefix, suffix = os.path.splitext(r) 
        raster2 = os.path.join(inws1, r)     # assuming the name of the tiff in Aqua_D is the same as in Aqua_N
        print raster2
        outraster = os.path.join(outws, prefix + "mean" + suffix)
        print outraster
        if arcpy.Exists(r) and arcpy.Exists(raster2):
            outCellStatistics = CellStatistics([r, raster2], "MEAN")
            # no failure continuation with a warning if the two inputs don't exist
            arcpy.AddWarning('I could not find both {} and {} to process'.format(r,raster2))

arcpy.CheckInExtension('spatial') # be nice, give up the extension when you're done
  • @MichealStimson Thank You so much, sir, for this explanation, I'll try this and let you know...
    – Raza
    Jul 22 '20 at 13:56

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