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Fundamentals of NetLogo

Santa Fe Institute via Complexity Explorer

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Overview

This tutorial will present you with the basics of how to use NetLogo to create an agent-based modeling. During the tutorial, we will briefly discuss what agent-based modeling is, and then dive in to hands-on work using the NetLogo programming language, which is developed and supported at Northwestern University by Uri Wilensky.  No programming background or knowledge is required, and the methods examined will be useable in any number of different fields.

Syllabus

  1. Introduction to ABM
  2. Tabs, Turtles, Patches, and Links
  3. Code, Control, and Collections
  4. Putting It All Together
  5. Conclusion

 

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Lukáš B
5.0 3 months ago
by Lukáš completed this course, spending 3 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
There is no other better way, how to learn NetLogo and agent-based modelling basics. Bill is TOP expert and the course make you keen for such topics.
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Nelson K
5.0 2 weeks ago
Nelson is taking this course right now.
The content provides a candid introduction to the course. I would recommend to all who are new to NetLogo and even those who want to re-look it.
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Anonymous
4.0 3 months ago
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The course is quite good, but I would like to see more online and hands on coding and thoroughly explained .
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