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Try refreshing the toolbox. The F5 key will refresh it, or you can right-click on it and select 'refresh.' That should update the contents of the toolbox to show your model saved under its new name.


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You can definitely run your code outside of ArcMap and you probably should. You can save your code in a .py file in any text editor or IDE (take a look at PyScripter if you don't want to buy a commercial one, I am using Wing IDE). You can then run your code outside of ArcMap. Provided that you have Python path set and have associated Python with .py files, ...


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You can use modelbuilder to configure your algorithm, drag & drop the tools that you need from the toolbox. Configure the inputs and outputs. And then in the model builder window export to pyhton.


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After running the tool navigate to the 'Results' window, right click on the process and select "Copy As Python Snippet".


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Tools can be added to model builder and exported as a python code. Not sure this answers your question but is a technique I have often used to replicate tools in python.



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