On April 25, 2008 a work study student spent the day with us exploring Behaviour Composer 2.0 and NetLogo. In an interview at the end when asked about the Behaviour Composer he said, "the interface was very nice". He thought the need to click on the 'x' to close tabs (he was using FireFox and with too many tabs you needed to scroll horizontally). He thought there were too many tabs.

Regarding NetLogo he recommended the Color Fractions and the Climate Change models (Global Warming). He liked the Diffusion Model but thought it was too pixilated. I then showed him that we can make each patch a single pixel — looked much nicer but was very slow.

He discovered and reported a few bugs.

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