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NetLogo is a multi-agent programming language and modeling environment for simulating complex systems. NetLogo lets users create agent-based models where individual agents can interact in a grid or network space. It's designed for ease of use, making it especially useful in education and research on topics like ecology, economics, and social behaviors. This platform allows students to learn about emergent phenomena while providing researchers with an environment for conducting experiments without the cost and risk associated with real-world trials. The open-source software is maintained by the Center for Connected Learning (CCL) & Computer-Based Modeling at Northwestern University's School of Education and Social Policy.

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