I have uploaded seven NetLogo tutorial posts so far, and it is probably helpful to list them:

**Three posts on integrating NetLogo and Java, via a diffusion example:**

**One post on list processing, via the Eight Queens puzzle and the Sieve of Eratosthenes:**

**Three posts on goals and planning in NetLogo agents:**

- Agent goals in NetLogo: a list tutorial
- Agent goals in NetLogo: the wolf, the goat, and the cabbage
- Planning in NetLogo: the wolf, the goat, and the cabbage again

All the relevant files are available at Modeling Commons, with a video of the wolf, goat & cabbage solution at Vimeo.

**Update 1**: some additional tutorials on various extensions (numbers eight through ten):

**Update 2**: I have added a further two-part tutorial revisiting the famous “Artificial Anasazi” model, simulating farmers 1,000 years ago, in what is now Arizona.

**Update 3**: I have added a brief tutorial on theorem-proving using sequent calculus.

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Thanks for your tutorials!! =)

You’re welcome!

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