ee.Dictionary.combine

Combines two dictionaries. In the case of duplicate names, the output will contain the value of the second dictionary unless overwrite is false. Null values in both dictionaries are ignored / removed.
UsageReturns
Dictionary.combine(second, overwrite)Dictionary
ArgumentTypeDetails
this: firstDictionary
secondDictionary
overwriteBoolean, default: true

Examples

Code Editor (JavaScript)

// A dictionary (e.g. results of ee.Image.reduceRegion of an S2 image).
var dict1 = ee.Dictionary({
  B1: 182,
  B2: 219,
  B3: 443
});

// A second dictionary.
var dict2 = ee.Dictionary({
  Region: 'The Forest of Nisene Marks State Park',
  Image: 'Sentinel-2 surface reflectance (scaled by 1e4)',
  B1: -9999  // Note that the B1 key is present in both dictionaries.
});

print('Combined dictionaries (overwrite false)',
      dict1.combine(dict2, false));

print('Combined dictionaries (overwrite true)',
      dict1.combine(dict2, true));

Colab (Python)

import pprint

# A dictionary (e.g. results of ee.Image.reduceRegion of an S2 image).
dic_1 = ee.Dictionary({
    'B1': 182,
    'B2': 219,
    'B3': 443
})

# A second dictionary.
dic_2 = ee.Dictionary({
    'Region': 'The Forest of Nisene Marks State Park',
    'Image': 'Sentinel-2 surface reflectance (scaled by 1e4)',
    'B1': -9999  # Note that the B1 key is present in both dictionaries.
})

print('Combined dictionaries (overwrite false)')
pprint.pprint(dic_1.combine(dic_2, False).getInfo())

print('\nCombined dictionaries (overwrite true)')
pprint.pprint(dic_1.combine(dic_2, True).getInfo())