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I am trying to work on weighted overlay analysis in Google Earth Engine Python API. I have reclassified my layers and tryting to assign weights for each of my selected indicators. Getting errors. Could anybody suggest appropriate ways to do so.

Sample code:

overlay = image.expression(
    ('0.6 * slopereclass) + (0.4 * elevationreclass))', {
    'Slopereclass': image.select('slopereclass'),
    'elevationreclass': image.select('elevationreclass')   
    }))
``
where `slopereclass` is reclassified slope and `elevationreclss` is reclassified elevation.
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  • What errors are you getting?
    – PolyGeo
    Mar 30, 2022 at 2:10
  • EEException: Image.parseExpression, argument 'expression': Invalid type. Expected type: String. Actual type: List<Object>. Actual value: [0.6 * slopereclass) + (0.4 * elevationreclass)), {Slopereclass=<Image<[constant]>>, elevationreclass=<Image<[constant_1]>>}] @polygeo Mar 30, 2022 at 2:19
  • Please use the edit button beneath your question to revise it with any requested clarifications.
    – PolyGeo
    Mar 30, 2022 at 4:02

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Your first quote is in the wrong place. It should be outside the parentheses.

'(0.6 * slopereclass) + (0.4 * elevationreclass)'
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  • stil getting the same error. I am pasitng my whole codes here: I have two layers slope and elevation. I reclassified them and tyring to build a overlaid image: slopereclass = ee.Image(1) \ .where(slope.gt(10).And(slope.lte(20)), 2) \ .where(slope.gt(20).And(slope.lte(30)), 3) \ Mar 30, 2022 at 16:56

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