We will look at applications of agent-based modeling to the biological sciences using the popular modeling software NetLogo.
Apr 22, 2021, 11:30 PM – Apr 23, 2021, 12:30 AM
About this event
Agent-based modeling (ABM) enables researchers to model complex systems of interacting parts using a simple, intuitive framework. ABMs have shown interesting results in a range of fields, from the biological sciences all the way to political science. In this short workshop, we will introduce the basics of ABMs and describe the key components to include in any ABM. Then, we will approach a model that simulates the growth of metastatic tumors using the popular ABM software package, NetLogo. Join us to learn about one of the most versatile (and fun) simulation-based modeling techniques!
Before the workshop:
We will show all code in this workshop in the desktop version of NetLogo. While you can use the online version if you want, downloading NetLogo will make the experience much more seamless!
Head to this site and navigate to "Workshop 6" to access this event's code and to download the the slides presented during the workshop.