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I have created a new field to calculate the average of 3 other fields in a table where nulls are present. Using python as the parser(with no code block) I used this:

(!Slope_PCT! or 0 + !Flood_PCT! or 0 + !Wetland_PCT! or 0)/3

I get results but some of them are not correct.

  • How are you handling null values in your analysis? Are they actually 0, or do they really represent NoData? This could significantly change how you would want to run your analysis. – Aaron May 21 '14 at 13:25
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    In this case where there is nodata(null) we assume the value to be 0. – its30 May 21 '14 at 13:28
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Looks like I needed to add parens around each 'or' statement:

((!Slope_PCT! or 0) + (!Flood_PCT! or 0) + (!Wetland_PCT! or 0))/3

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