Introduction to NetLogo

NetLogoNetLogo is a programming language and platform for testing behavioural models.
NetLogo allows you to set up a virtual, experimental arena populated with independently-acting individuals.

Learn to use NetLogo via a series of videos created by Anders F. Opdahl, postdoctoral researcher in the Theoretical Ecology Group at the Department of Biology (UiB).

You can download NetLogo for free here so that you can run it directly on your machine. Alternatively, you can use the online version of NetLogo (NetLogo Web) by clicking here.

First of all, learn how to get NetLogo installed on your machine and get a chance to familiarize yourself with the interface via this first video.
NB: this video is available only in Norwegian for the time being. A tutorial in English found on Youtube is however available in this section.

Here you will find a tutorial on how to create your first model. This tutorial is only available in Norwegian for the time being.
This tutorial is subdivided in 3 parts.

Get to play with the code and introduce an alternative prey in the model that you have previously created.
This tutorial is in English and contains a correction for a mistake found in the previous video.