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Last month, I posted code for visualizing the behavior-space using Python to process data from NetLogo. See that post for the netlogo template you will want to use. The py file I posted before was not the easiest to interpret or to work with. It required that a programmer plan ahead, noting the position of runs with particular values for exogenously determined parameters. I rewrote the code so that the data processing is more efficient and easier to work with. The instance I am posting works with a behavior space where only two variables have been set exogenously across runs. However, if it was necessary, a third or fourth variable could be altered in the same set of runs so long as that third and/or fourth variable was assigned a particular value as runs are collected in lines 196-209. Also note that I have reduced the variety of heatmaps presented since only one is required to convey the process. I loop the image generator code to create a series of frames.
I may eventually post such an extension of the code if I generate output that requires this in the future. For now, I wanted to leave you with something easier to work with. Remember, you should end up with something that looks like this (from earlier post):See the updated code below:
Posted by James Caton at 3:11 PM