I am am quite new to writing python scripts using the notebook on ArcGIS pro. I have a script that runs perfectly and it is part of a larger analysis. For the full analysis I have built a model builder with several geoprocessing tools included.
I want to know how I can add this notebook script to be part of the model I'm building. As this model houses multiple analyses, I want tho have all the tools including the python script from the notebook run all at once by one click.
I really appreciate any suggestion on this.
I would suggest exporting the notebook to a .PY script file, and then in ArcGIS Pro, in a toolbox, configure a script tool to point to the script. One you have a script tool configured, you can add the script tool to your model, and it will be run when you run the model.
This tutorial shows how to convert a Notebook to a PY script and configure it as a script tool:
Yes, you can use a Precondition in Model Builder to determine which parts of disconnected processes run first.
However, to make a precondition, you need to configure your script tool to have an output parameter.
You configure the output of the script tool to be the precondition for starting the next tool by connecting the output to the next tool as a precondition.