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Collections of models
by Simon Lynch
NLoops is a partial objects layer for NetLogo. It is written in NetLogo (not as a Java extension) so it is used as a .nls include file. Includes tutorial and reference guide.
- RK4 (Runge-kutta 4th Order Method)
by Pierre-Olivier Chasset
RK4 performs an iterative method for the approximation of solutions of ordinary differential equations: the Runge-Kutta 4th Order Method. It works with any number of equations and any number of variables.
- IODA for NetLogo
by Sébastien Picault and Philippe Mathieu
NetLogo implementation of the "Interaction-Oriented" methodology
for the design of agent-based simulations ("IODA"). Includes an extension,
an include file, several programming examples, and detailed documentation.
by Forrest Stonedahl & Uri Wilensky
BehaviorSearch is an add-on for NetLogo that can help automate the exploration of agent-based models (ABMs), by using genetic algorithms and other heuristic techniques to search the parameter-space.
from L'institut des Systèmes Complexes – Paris Île-de-France
Open MOdeL Experiment is a generic workflow engine providing distributed computing facilities.
Framework for defining Design of Experiment (DoE) on simulation models, including NetLogo models.
- MEME (Model Exploration Module)
by AITIA International
A BehaviorSpace-like tool that supports running parameter sweeping experiments and analyzing
the results. Works with NetLogo as well as other ABM tools such as Repast.
by Jan C. Thiele
"Interface to embed NetLogo into the R environment with headless (no GUI) and interactive GUI mode. Provides functions to load models, execute commands and to get values from reporters." (see also the NetLogo-R Extension)
- NetLogo Publication Script
by Steven Brewer
A script for simplifying the publication and updating of NetLogo models on the web.
- BBEdit Language Module
by Dave Hurley
Syntax-colors NetLogo code in the the Mac text editor BBEdit.
- NetLogo VIM Syntax File
by Steven T. Stoddard
Syntax-colors NetLogo code in the the VIM text editor.
- NetLogo Obfuscator
by Peter Brooks
Creates “an obfuscated Procedures section to make the source code as
indecipherable as possible, while allowing the project to work
identically to the original”. Includes source code.
in other languages:
- Click here for a list of some university courses that use NetLogo.
(in addition to those in the NetLogo User Manual)
- NetLogo Tutorial in English and Spanish
by Michael Gizzi, Tom Johnson, Alfredo Covaleda, and Marcelo Chacon Reyes
An original tutorial in English by Michael Gizzi, also provided in
- NetLogo for Classrooms
by John Drake
35 minute video tutorial in two parts (2008)
- NetLogo: Un Manual en español
by David Poza
A NetLogo tutorial in Spanish.
- Complexity Workshop Tutorials: NetLogo and Repast
by Owen Densmore
The NetLogo tutorial material, aimed at “computer-shy
scientists and other computer novices,” covers both usage
and programming, in the context of a model in which turtles form
pairs which grow into large clusters. (last update: 2003)
- Turtle Epidemic: A NetLogo Simulation Activity
by Gerald J. Balzano
A three page tutorial that uses the example of
an infection spreading through a population of turtles. (last update: 2002)
- Programming Tutorial
by Christian Jost
A nine page tutorial based on Tutorial 3 in our User Manual, but
using firefly synchronization instead of hill-climbing as the
example problem. (It is in English, but procedure and variable
names are in French to help the French students for whom it
was adapted.) (last update: 2002)