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See Class #3 

See Tuesday, Jan
19th, class #3.
Classes #1 and #2 were quick overviews.


NO ASSIGNMENTS YET. OVERVIEW OF CLASS WAS MAIN ACTIVITY. 

Martin Luther King holiday

NetLOGO basics and review of classes #1 and #2: Class #3 review page with extensive
notes,
also contains links to the INClass group exercise done AFTER the notes
and lecture were presented. It also contains a link to ASSIGNMENT ONE,
which is not due until two weeks from today, on Ground Hog's day, which
is Tuesday 02/02.
Even
and ODD turtles example, with pretty patterns.

Email
note about assignment #1.

StudioIT 1 ITT 134 lab on 2nd floor today!
Solution to Tuesday's Group Exercise
and learning to use NetLogo for homework #1.
Airplanes
are EVEN, fish shapes are ODD in this example. See ALL of the other
standard shapes too, as you get your NetLogo in shape trying out this
example.
emailFlyFishing.txt

Airplanes
flying and Fish swimming. A "who" number hath every
turtle.
All whole numbers, when divided by 2, leave either no remainder because
they are EVEN numbers, so the remainder is 0 (zero), or they leave a
remainder of 1. Well, that seems odd, oh ya, all ODD numbers leave a
remainder of 1 when you divide by 2.



Where can I use
NetLOGO on campus?
Any CNS lab. Wright 112, Wright 110, Wright 339, ITT 335.
Note: ITT 335 is just across the hall from ITT 328, our classroom.

StudioIT 1 ITT 134 lab on 2nd floor today!
Now note this noteworthy fact:
Focus of this lab session will be
NetLogo and music.
Sounds good, I hope!


Review of following:
 the previous two ITT 134 lab classes,
 handouts and group exercises,
 readings from textbook,
Why? GOAL?

GOAL? To help you with any additional problems for the homework that is
due in FIVE days.
How?
By means of a ITT 328 4th floor lecture, presentation, group exercises, and group
discussion.



AIRPLANES
are EVEN and
FISH are ODD:
ifelse
(remainder who 2 = 0) example, updated
on 2'sday 02/02 in the afternoon.
See the THINGS TO TRY section.

StudioIT 1 ITT 134 lab on 2nd floor today!
Assignment
#1 is due by 10 p.m.
Help note #1: emailEVENandODD1.txt
Help note #2:
emailEVENandODD2.txt
is an email note that answers a student question about the EVEN and the
ODD turtles.

Fly
Fishing (Airplanes and Fish = EVEN and ODD).
01/21/Thursday email note and class review.

THREE types of turtles:
Understanding
EVEN and ODD by moving to 3 remainders.





Monte Carlo Simulations: PI,
area of a circle, throwing darts  Microsoft Excel and NetLogo
used to estimate the area of a circle by throwing darts.
Monte Carlo,
darts, Meet the Parents email note.


StudioIT 1 ITT 134 lab on 2nd floor today!


