The model ‘zoo’

Here you will find the sample models that accompany the book.  The final release of the models compatible with NetLogo 5 is available here.  Latest versions, updated for compatibility with later versions of NetLogo (and also with slowly improving in-code commenting and more ‘INFO’ tab details) are available here.

You will need a copy of NetLogo to run the models.  For many of the models, you will need the gradient extension, and for a few the NetLogo-R extension.  All models are free for non-commercial use (license details here).

The models in each chapter of the book are linked below.  Individual models are linked from the images.

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9

You can also download all the models in a single zip file.

3 thoughts on “The model ‘zoo’

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  2. Thomas

    I installed NetLogo (Mac, 5.0.5), copied and pasted the code from this site into the code tab and got a message “this non-standard character is not allowed”, highlighting th efirst @ symbol.

    Can anyone help please?

    1. David O

      Thomas – thanks for asking. The NetLogo file format is a text file, and includes elements that control the user interface and ‘info’ tabs in models — that’s what the @ symbols and other ‘not allowed’ text is. To open an individual model file, save the text linked from a model page to a file called something.nlogo, then open it in NetLogo. Your browser should do this for you, if you right-click on the model pictures and then ‘Save as…’. A better alternative is to download all the models in a single archive

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