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  1. Ebola Model

    26 Apr 2019 | | Contributor(s):: Michael James, Lauren Mayer, Keely Copperthite

    Simple agent based SIR model of Ebola epidemics.

  2. Rachael Neilan

  3. Paula Federico

  4. preeti dubey

  5. Bailie Lavan

  6. Anne Elizabeth Yust

  7. Prey-foraging: The collective search or lone-wolf approach?

    Collections | 22 Oct 2016 | Posted by Drew LaMar

  8. Implementing and Testing an Agent-Based Model

    Collections | 15 Oct 2016 | Posted by Drew LaMar

  9. Jul 18 2016

    Teaching Individual/Agent-based Modeling

    Applications are being accepted until April 8The course is designed primarily for college professors and instructors who want to add individual-based modeling to their teaching and research...

  10. alessia melegaro

  11. Lucy Skinner

  12. Iain Clelland

  13. Bees? -- Variables/Parameters Part I

    04 Nov 2015 | Posted by Adam Reiss

    For the caffeinated forage/bee dancing behavior study, I will program an agent-based model in NetLogo with certain variables and parameters. There was a similar agent-based model created from which...

  14. Jonathan Gilligan

  15. Predator foraging behavior and patterns of avian nest success: What can we learn from an agent-based model?

    Collections | 01 Oct 2015 | Posted by Drew LaMar

  16. Alex Capaldi

  17. Additional examples of pattern-oriented theory development

    Collections | 19 Sep 2015 | Posted by Drew LaMar

  18. Amazing Sheep Cyclone Caught On Camera - Must Watch

    Collections | 04 Sep 2015 | Posted by Drew LaMar

  19. Matina Donaldson-Matasci

  20. Being the turtle: agent-based modeling workshop at Humboldt State University

    06 Aug 2015 | Posted by Jeremy M Wojdak

    What could bring ecologists, toxicologists, philosophers, and sociologists, Ph.D. students, professors, and federal agency scientists together, 300 miles from nowhere? Turtles. Yes, that's...