Some simulation models

7 November, 2012 (17:51) | d3, data visualization | By: jerome

Inspired by the coursera class on model thinking, by Scott E Page, I have implemented a bunch of simulation models with d3. It’s something I have done on and off for the past few weeks, and let’s say it’s really the first 6. Those interactive versions just graze the surface of all there is to see.

So what I have is:

Enjoy!

Comments

Comment from Amit Patel
Time November 8, 2012 at 8:14 pm

These are great — thanks for sharing!

The percolation model made me wonder if there was a chart showing the percentage porousness vs. probability of percolation, and I found it looks like an s-curve (chart found on http://www2.imperial.ac.uk/~mgastner/percolation/percolation.html)

The segregation model could be useful for simulation games or generating nice textures.

(p.s. the on the segregation model page has a typo)

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