AgentScript is a minimalist Agent Based modeling system based on NetLogo semantics.
It has a Model/View/Control (MVC) architecture which cleanly separates the three components.
This allows direct access to individual modules which will automatically load only the module and its dependencies.
Example: to import Class Model for building your own model, use:
import Model from ‘./path/to/agentscript/src/Model.js’
.. where path/to/agentscript is a local file system path or a url to a server:
There are bundles as well of all the agentscript modules as a single file from the usual NPM-based CDNs:
To create your own local agentscript files:
Download ZIP. The creates the file agentscript-master.zip
Our directory layout is:
The views2 onepagers import models from the models/ dir and add a 2D Canvas view.
The views3 onepagers import models from the models/ dir and add a Three.js webgl 3D view.
The views3d onepagers import models from the models/ dir and add a Three.js webgl 3D view.
The mvc onepagers are combine Models, Views, and Controls into “apps”.
The gis onepagers use gis & geojson utilities to create and view models running on Leaflet maps with geojson data.
An experimental distributed framework for running models in one page while listening & getting results in another. We call these Model Transforms. They currently show their results in the browser console.
Most users need not worry about this, you can access all the AgentScript code as described above using local files or servers. This is for those wishing to build the AgentScript system itself.
To clone the github repo:
Copyright Owen Densmore, RedfishGroup LLC, 2012-2021
AgentScript may be freely distributed under the GPLv3 license:
AgentScript is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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