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### Geog5061Munit5practical

Course: GEOG 5061, Fall 2009
School: East Los Angeles College
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GIS Geog5061M and Geocomputation Unit 5 Practical StarLogo StarLogo is a program that can be used to build and experiment with complex systems. You will be using this for the practical project assessment should you choose to do this one. This practical will help you to become familiar with the basic StarLogo environment and its controls. Once you have undertaken this practical and experimented with some of the...

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