Most of the changes make it easier to install and use the new Behaviour Composer to NetLogo tool. The release includes significant improvements to the ability to make some edits (including moving, resizing, and customising NetLogo interface elements and the main view) and have them automatically reflected back to the Behaviour Composer. This release supports a way to switch to another model via URLs. Also experiments created using the BehaviorSpace tool are now stored in the Google cloud so that they are available if you resume a session on another computer. Improved the layout of many sample models using these new functionalities.
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