A wiki is software that allows users to easily create, edit, and link pages together. It is a collaborative web site. Read more about wikis here:
If you'd like to contribute to this project, just use the search box (at top, right) to look for a page to edit, and go to it! If the page doesn't exist, you can create it. No registration is currently required. The wiki markup syntax makes it easy to create rich documents in the wiki.
What is NetLogo?
Primitives Dictionary – the big list of all NetLogo primitives
Code Optimization – the big list of code optimization ideas to speed up your model.
From the Click on the subject to open the yahoo-groups page for the entry.
Please feel free to adopt and work on or add to any of these items.
Please list here articles/topics you'd like to see discussed.
The content in the wiki are divided into “namespaces”. Namespaces are analagous to folders and sub-folders. When adding links to topics in a namespace, you'll need to include the namespace too.
The default namespace (without any specific namespace reference) is for general topics, such as the F.A.Q, and topics that contain indexes of other topics.
prim: the prim: namespace contains topics relating to netlogo primitives. So, the prim:turtles page is about the turtles primitive.
gloss the gloss: namespace contains definitions of NetLogo related terms. So, the gloss:turtles page would define what turtles are, in NetLogo.
guide: the guide: namespace contains topics relating to programming guides. So, the guide:turtles page might discuss the subtleties of working with turtles in NetLogo.
code: the code: namespace contains topics that are primarily code samples, like turtle_based_database_example_1
wiki: the wiki: namespace contains topics about the wiki software itself, such as the syntax guide.
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