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ArcPy Script output not matching with output generated from Arc GIS raster calculator

Question asked by india123 on Nov 25, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 25, 2016 by india123

Xander Bakker I am running into a problem of the mathematical expression in raster calculation. Earlier we had worked for writing the below code. According to existing mathematical function in the script, if raster cell value will be

Earlier we had worked for writing the below code. According to existing mathematical function in the script, if the raster cell value (Mean raster in script ) will be increase or cross the threshold value (23 mentioned in script) , output raster cell should be decreased . But with this code, I am getting reverse output which is not desirable. I have checked the same mathematical equation in Arc GIS raster calculator and Excel also, both results are same.  But Output  generated from below script is not matching with Excel and Arc GIS raster calculator's result . Kindly provide your guidance to solve the issue .  

Below I have attached the link for raster data, which I am working on. Due to size limit here, I just uploaded on dropbox.

I am using Arc GIS 10.3 and script running on PyScripter

In below  equation Topt = 23 which is constant value (in our script) and T = Monthly mean raster data which is changed monthly.  

Data link : Dropbox - TEST_TSCALAR1.rar 


Script copied from Arc GIS raster result :"""(1.185 / (1 + Exp(0.2 * (23 - 10 - "Mean_Temp_010.tif"))) / (1 + Exp(0.3 * ( - 23 - 10  + "Mean_Temp_010.tif")))) * 0.99""", "D:/NPP_GUJARAT/WEATHER_DATA/2012/T_SCALAR_2012C/T_SCALAR_010A.tif")

ArcPy Script, 

import arcpy, os, calendar
from import *
from arcpy import env
arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True
topWorkspace = r'D:\TEST_TSCALAR'
ws_out = r'D:\TEST_TSCALAR\T_SCALAR_OUT' ### Output folder!!!
arcpy.env.workspace = topWorkspace

# Get dict of months and month-number (i.e. January = 001, March = 003 etc.)
months = {calendar.month_name[i].upper(): str(i).zfill(3) for i in range(1, 13)}

# Step through list of all folders
for folderPath in arcpy.ListWorkspaces():
    baseName = os.path.basename(folderPath).upper()
    if baseName in months: # Test that subfolder is a month name
        monthNumber = months[baseName] # Get month-number for use in output filename
        arcpy.env.workspace = folderPath

        # Raster1 take Mean_Temp raster from all month folder(e.g for january: Mean_temp_001.tif) and Raster 2 is constant month of october raster
        rasterList1 = arcpy.ListRasters(r'Mean_Temp*.tif')
        print rasterList1
        for ras_name in rasterList1:
            ras_mean = arcpy.Raster(os.path.join(folderPath, ras_name))

            # I devided the above equation into two part
            # TScalar2 (Exp = exponential)
            ras_scal2 = 1.1814 / (1 + Exp(0.2 * (23 - 10 - ras_mean)))

            # TScalar3
            ras_scal3 = (1 + Exp(0.3 * (- 23  - 10 - ras_mean)))

            # Multiply TScalar1 and TScalar2
            ras_scal = 0.99 * (ras_scal2 / ras_scal3)

            # Save the output
            outRasterName = os.path.join(ws_out, "T_SCALAR_{}.tif".format(monthNumber))
            #print outRasterName

#print done
print 'done'