Using R to run and gather data from Netlogo agent based modeling software. More details here: http://rnetlogo.r-forge.r-project.org/ https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/ Netlogo code for examples: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jalapic/netlogo/master/netlogo_tutorial2.R R code for examples: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jalapic/netlogo/master/rnetlogo_tutorial.Rhttps://raw.githubusercontent.com/jalapic/netlogo/master/rnetlogo_tutorial.R
Harold Walbert, CSS student, shows a tutorial on how to run NetLogo from RStudio. Note: Due to technical difficulties, this is only a partial recording.
Use pyper to control NetLogo through RNetLogo library in R language.
simple code of Rnetlogo
Simulation Guide - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jNuh9P1j-SSHVxa4jpDCVomaRbWTclDZ158o7Vd2M-8/edit?usp=sharing This is my attempt to show students how to do a lab or experiment in a science class and pair it with making a computer model. Below are links that you should use to support this video. I encourage you to copy an files and modify them to fit your classroom. Contact me if you have questions. Extension Ideas - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BCLKKe45sC-9Ha0OTOXrS5yqw5FWYS8dwLCP-Uyk8KY/edit?usp=sharing
Workshop "Introduction into Simulation Modeling for Business Applications", Graduate School of Management, St.Petersburg State University, March 2013. Andrei Borshchev from The AnyLogic company speaks about the use of simulation modeling in the modern worlds of business and science.
Code and material on http://fisico.complexworld.net/Home/3-teaching/agent-based-modeling-with-netlogo