Available with Image Analyst license.
Available with Spatial Analyst license.
Overview
This function calculates a statistic from multiple rasters, on a pixelbypixel basis. The available statistics are majority, maximum, mean, median, minimum, minority, percentile, range, standard deviation, sum, and variety.
Notes
The order of the input rasters is irrelevant for this raster function.
For the Maximum, Minimum, Mean, Median, Majority, Minority, Percentile, and Sum statistic types, if a single raster is used as the input, the output cell values will be the same as the input cell values. For Range and Standard deviation, the output cell values will all be 0. For Variety, it will be 1.
For each Operation, you can also choose to calculate the statistics by excluding all the NoData pixels.
To treat all bands from multiband inputs equally, uncheck the Process as multiband check box. This means any multiband rasters will be converted into multiple singleband rasters. The tool will then operate across all of the input bands, and return the result of the statistic being calculated on them as a singleband output raster. To process a selection of bands from a multiband raster, first create a raster dataset composed of those particular bands with the Composite Bands raster function, and then use it as input to the function.
To calculate multiband output statistics from multiband input rasters, check the Process as multiband parameter. In this case, each multiband input will be used to calculate bandwise statistics. This means the statistic will be calculated for the first band across all the inputs, then the second band across all the inputs, and so on. The results from each band will be used to create a multiband output. In this case, all inputs must have an equal number of bands. If some of your intended inputs have fewer bands than others, you will need to create new NoData bands to get an equal number of bands for all inputs. You can do this by using the Composite Bands raster function to create multiband datasets, combining the existing bands with NoData values for the missing bands. You can then use the resulting multiband rasters as inputs to the function.
If all inputs are multidimensional rasters with the same number of variables, the function will perform the operation for all slices with the same dimension value, and the output will be a multidimensional raster. The variables in the inputs must have the same dimensions or common dimensions.
If one or more of the inputs is a multidimensional raster and the other input is a constant, the function will perform the operation for all slices for all variables against the constant value, and the output will be a multidimensional raster.
For Majority and Minority calculations, when there is a tie, the output is the lowest of the tied values.
Parameters
Parameter name  Description 

Rasters (Required)  A list of input rasters for which a statistical operation will be calculated for each cell. 
Operation  Specifies the statistical operation to be calculated. The available statistics are Majority, Maximum, Mean, Median, Minimum, Minority, Percentile, Range, Standard Deviation, Sum, and Variety. The default is Mean. 
Percentile Value  The percentile to calculate. The default is 90, for the 90th percentile. The values can range from 0 to 100. The 0th percentile is essentially equivalent to the minimum statistic, and the 100th percentile is equivalent to maximum. A value of 50 will produce essentially the same result as the median statistic. This option is only available if the Operation parameter is set to Percentile. 
Percentile Interpolation Type  Specifies the method of interpolation to be used when the specified percentile value lies between two input cell values.
This option is only available if the Operation type parameter is set to Median or Percentile. 
Process as multiband  Specifies how the input rasters bands are processed.

Cellsize Type  Choose which cell size to use in the output raster. If all the input cell sizes are the same, all the options will yield the same results.

Extent Type  Choose which extent should be used in the output raster:

Operations
A list of all of the operations and a description for each is provided below. For more information about each of the operations, see the How Cell Statistics works topic in the Spatial Analyst tool help.
Parameter name  Description 

Majority  Determines the value that occurs most often on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Maximum  Determines the largest value on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Mean  Calculates the average on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Median  Calculates the middle value of the pixels on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Minimum  Determines the smallest value on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Minority  Determines the value that occurs least often on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Percentile  Calculates the percentile of the inputs. The 90th percentile is calculated by default. You can specify other values (from 0 to 100) using the Percentile value parameter. 
Range  Calculates the difference between the largest and the smallest value on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Standard Deviation  Calculates the standard deviation of the pixels on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Sum  Calculates the total value on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Variety  Calculates the number of unique values on a pixelbypixel basis. 
Majority (Ignore NoData)  Determines the value that occurs most often on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Maximum (Ignore NoData)  Determines the largest value on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Mean (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the average on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Median (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the middle value of the pixels on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Minimum (Ignore NoData)  Determines the smallest value on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Minority (Ignore NoData)  Determines the value that occurs least often on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Percentile (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the percentile of the inputs. The 90th percentile is calculated by default. You can specify other values (from 0 to 100) using the Percentile value parameter. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Range (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the difference between the largest and the smallest value on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Standard Deviation (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the standard deviation of the pixels on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Sum (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the total value on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 
Variety (Ignore NoData)  Calculates the number of unique values on a pixelbypixel basis. Only cells that have data values will be used in determining the statistic value. If a NoData value exists at a certain location, the NoData value will be ignored. 