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I've just updated to QGIS 3.4 for my MacOS (10.12). I'm trying to run some occupancy analyses and am looking to extract attribute data for a polygon grid from an underlaying raster file. ZonalStats sounds to be the ideal plugin for this, and is apparently built into this version of Q but I cannot find it anywhere and / or via any search within Q. Please any suggestions how I can access?

  • This isn't a Mac-specific issue, it's a difference between the QGIS 2.x and 3.x series. Many QGIS tools that used to be accessible as plugins or through menus have been moved to the Processing Toolbox. – csk Jan 23 at 18:05
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The Zonal Statistics tool is in the Processing toolbox, in the Raster Analysis provider.

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