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Modeling the maximum potential of rotational grazing with Netlogo

POSTED BY: Jessica Shi
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Hi Jessica! This is really cool work.

I'm posting here because it inspired me to install NetLogo and the Mathematica-link, however I needed to fix a bug to get it to work: In line 226 of the link pkg NetLogo.m, I had to change If[StringMatchQ[$System,"*Mac*"], FileNameJoin[{nlPath,"Java"}],...] to just FileNameJoin[{nlPath,"app"}]

(I'm running MacOS, but NetLogo now installs with the same directories it does in Windoz, it seems) I've alerted the devs here:

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POSTED BY: Moderation Team

Hi Jessica,

I think this is a very good demonstration of Mathematica interoperability with NetLogo. It may be useful to provide links to the NetLogo software and the Mathematica Package Installation Instructions as some may not be familiar. It would also be helpful if you could attach the "grazing.nlogo", provided that you are able to, so one could test your notebook.


POSTED BY: Tim Laska

Thank you! I'll definitely add these.

POSTED BY: Jessica Shi
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