I have python scripts that I use to do some geo-processing. I need to share it with QGIS users that are not familiar with python. I've written QGIS tools in the past using the python interface from QGIS, but the scripts I want to use now contain some modules (e.g.,
pandas) that I was unable to install on QGIS.
Is there a way to convert my python scripts "as is" to run in QGIS as a tool for non-python users? I can also convert my script to
.exe if it makes it easier.
Edited: My inputs are vector file as geojson and my rasters are geo-tifs. I was able to install some modules in QGIS in the past but could not install others. I'm looking for a straight-forward solution (if it exists). Meaning, I have a python (standalone) script that works great on IDE and also works great as exe file (from the cmd), I want to take this script "as is" and convert it so that it would work on QGIS. Is there an easy and simple way to do that?