Agent-based modeling in JavaScript in the browser or on the server. [v0.5.19]


Flocc will be presented during a poster presentation at the Northeast Regional Conference on Complex Systems (NERCCS), on March 31 from 3:30-5:20pm. The presentation will introduce complexity scientists and researchers to Flocc as a tool for creating interactive, web-based simulations. In conjunction with the conference, the Northeast Journal of Complex Systems (NEJCS), a publication of […] — Read more »

Flocc was recently used to power an agent-based model of contagion transmission at the Complex Networks Winter Workshop, an annual event sponsored by the Vermont Complex Systems Center at the University of Vermont. The model, “Social-Health Adaptations in Managed Populations: (edge) Weight Watchers,” explores the dynamics of local and global edge weight adjustments in reducing […] — Read more »

On June 29, 2020, Flocc was presented to a group of researchers (faculty and post-docs) at University of Aarhus’ Center for Computational Thinking and Design. The Zoom presentation, which includes an introduction to agent-based modeling vs. traditional (differential equation) modeling and demonstrations of various models written using Flocc, was recorded, and the video can be […] — Read more »

On June 29, Flocc will be ‘traveling’ internationally to Denmark, to present at the Aarhus University’s Center for Computational Thinking and Design. Flocc is being presented as an open-source, web-based alternative to agent-based modeling programs such as NetLogo to introduce computational thinking into secondary education and STEM programs. View Slides — Read more »

On April 21, Flocc will be presented to students, faculty, and staff within the CodeLab research group at Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture. This event is supported by the Computational Design Workshop series led by Daniel Cardoso Llach and Eddy Man Kim. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the talk and workshop will be […] — Read more »