Beginners Interactive NetLogo Dictionary (BIND)
Farsi / Persian
NetLogo Models Library:
This example demonstrates transparency in NetLogo.
Turtle, link, and label color values can contain lists of numbers which represent either RGB or RGBA colors, that is, red, green, and blue, or red, green, blue, and alpha. Alpha is used to represent how opaque or transparent a color is. Like red, green and blue values, range from 0 to 255 where 0 is completely transparent (invisible) and 255 is completely opaque (nothing behind it can be seen).
Press the SETUP button. Notice the clusters of turtles in the view.
Now press the SET-TRANSPARENCY button which will retain the current color of the turtles and add the transparency indicated in the slider. Take note of the clusters again.
inspect one-of turtles
to see a close up view of a smaller portion of the world.
At present transparency works only in the 2D view, not the 3D view.