Getting started with NetLogo

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This section provides an overview of what netlogo is, and why a developer might want to use it.

It should also mention any large subjects within netlogo, and link out to the related topics. Since the Documentation for netlogo is new, you may need to create initial versions of those related topics.

Versions

VersionNoteRelease Date
5.3.12016-02-29
5.32015-12-14
5.22015-04-03
5.12014-07-25
5.0.52013-12-20
5.0.42013-03-19
5.0.32012-10-25
5.0.22012-07-27
5.0.12012-04-12
5.0.02012-02-16
4.1.32011-04-03
4.1.22010-12-06
4.1.12010-08-04
4.12009-12-21
4.0(2)2007-09-30
3.1(2)2006-04-30
3.02005-09-15
2.1(2)2004-12-31
2.0.22004-08-09
2.0(2)2003-12-31
1.3(2)2003-06-30
1.2(2)2003-03-31
1.1(2)2002-07-31
1.0(1)2002-04-08

(1) Date of data in 1.0 release archive
(2) Exact day of release unknown, last day of month given

Changelogs can be found on the NetLogo Github repository and on the NetLogo website.

NetLogo Setup

NetLogo is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux machines, downloadable from the project homepage.

Windows Installer:

NetLogo runs on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Vista. NetLogo 5.2.1 was the last version to support Windows XP and Windows 2000.

Mac:

Mac OS X 10.8.3 or newer is required. (NetLogo 5.1 was the last version to support 10.5 and 10.4; NetLogo 5.2.1 was the last version to support 10.6 and 10.7)

Linux:

NetLogo should work on standard Debian-based and Red Hat-based Linux distributions.

In each case, NetLogo comes bundled with its own Java 8 runtime. Addtionally, it is available in both 32 and 64-bit versions for Windows and Linux. Full system requirements, for each operating system can be found here.

After downloading the correct version for your machine, either run the installer (Windows, Mac) or extract the files (Linux) to create your NetLogo directory. Inside the directory you will find executables for NetLogo and NetLogo 3D, as well as a PDF copy of the NetLogo User Manual.

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