ee.Number.expression

Computes a numeric expression.

UsageReturns
ee.Number.expression(expression, vars)Number
ArgumentTypeDetails
expressionString

A mathematical expression string to be evaluated. In addition to the standard arithmetic, boolean and relational operators, expressions also support any function in Number, the '.' operator to extract child elements from the 'vars' dictionary, and mathematical constants Math.PI and Math.E

varsDictionary, default: null

A dictionary of named values that can be used in the expression.

Examples

Code Editor (JavaScript)

// A dictionary of variables to use in expression.
var variables = {x: 5, y: 10};

// Arithmetic operators.
print('x + y',
      ee.Number.expression('x + y', variables));
print('x - y',
      ee.Number.expression('x - y', variables));
print('x * y',
      ee.Number.expression('x * y', variables));
print('x / y',
      ee.Number.expression('x / y', variables));
print('x ** y',
      ee.Number.expression('x ** y', variables));
print('x % y',
      ee.Number.expression('x % y', variables));

// Logical operators.
print('x || y',
      ee.Number.expression('x || y', variables));
print('x && y',
      ee.Number.expression('x && y', variables));
print('!(x)',
      ee.Number.expression('!(x)', variables));

// Relational operators.
print('x > y',
      ee.Number.expression('x > y', variables));
print('x >= y',
      ee.Number.expression('x >= y', variables));
print('x < y',
      ee.Number.expression('x < y', variables));
print('x <= y',
      ee.Number.expression('x <= y', variables));
print('x == y',
      ee.Number.expression('x == y', variables));
print('x != y',
      ee.Number.expression('x != y', variables));

// Conditional (ternary) operator.
print('(x < y) ? 100 : 1000)',
      ee.Number.expression('(x < y) ? 100 : 1000', variables));

// Constants in the expression.
print('100 * (x + y)',
      ee.Number.expression('100 * (x + y)', variables));

// JavaScript Math constants.
print('Math.PI',
      ee.Number.expression('Math.PI', null));
print('Math.E',
      ee.Number.expression('Math.E', null));

// Dot notation to call on child elements.
print('Use dot notation to call on child elements',
      ee.Number.expression('vals.x * vals.y', {vals: variables}));

// ee.Number functions.
print('Use ee.Number add: add(x, y)',
      ee.Number.expression('add(x, y)', variables));
print('Use ee.Number add and subtract: subtract(add(x, y), 5)',
      ee.Number.expression('subtract(add(x, y), 5)', variables));