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QGIS uses it's own Python path, which gets set when you launch QGIS (this should be done automatically). But if you are having issues with Python in QGIS try launching it from the QGIS.bat file from \OSGeo4W\bin or \QGIS install path\bin, depending on the installation location. ArcGIS takes over the system one. So you are fine to have both installed.


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"..does this tool resample the DEM?" Yes, it does the resample after it mosaics the rasters in the native cell size. "If it does resample, what method is used since I cannot specify?" You should be able to specify the method in the environment settings. I like to use the resampling parameter in this tool if I'm mosaic'ing a large DEM, so ...


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** I used this simple script and it worked for me>>>** the most important thing is to create {{{{{Graph.grf or .tee}}}} from the same files(and fields) on which you want to run the script. import arcpy # Graph Variables out_graph_name = "VerticalBarGraph" out_graph_bmp = "VerticalBarGraph13.bmp" input_template = &...


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