Yes, I’ll send you the code. Is it true that you do not yet have a working simulation? Have you gone through the tutorials? The reason that I ask is that you will be much more successful by first mastering the basics of MASON before attempting the customization that I’m suggesting.
On 2/13/13 12:47 PM, "Jiaqi Ge" <[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Thank you so much!
It is the first time i have ever used Mason. I don't know how to get started.
Is it possible that i can see the code for creating the ValueGrid2D, and the steppable?
Thanks! I really appreciate it.
On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 11:10 PM, Russell Thomas <[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Yes, I've done this, in the context of an Agent inspector. It helps me
monitor approx. hundred parameters for a single agent in real-time.
For example, you can use ValueGrid2D to define cells for every datum, scaled
between 0 and 1. This way you can monitor hundreds of data in real time.
Create a Steppable that updates this ValueGrid2D every step with new values
of your data.
I also have lots of data displayed as dynamic text and numbers. I found a
class -- VolatileText -- to render dynamic text in ValueGrid2D and other
Grid2D displays. If you like, I can email it to you.
Likewise, you could also create point clouds (each point is datum) using
GMU - CSS
On 2/12/13 8:35 PM, "Jiaqi Ge" <[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi. I have a class that is used to store a series of 2D array of double
> numbers. I
> want to ask if i can use MASON's 2d display to show an animation of my data?
> I have read through the manual. It seems like i need a State class to be able
> do it. My question is: can my simple data structure class be used as a State
> p.s. i am an agent-based modeler, and the data is generated from the model i
> built using java. It is a 2D spatial model. I stored the model result (that is
> an 2D
> array of double numbers) in that data structure class. Now i want to show it
> animation. I am wondering if i can use Mason tool kit to do it.
> Thank you! I really appreciate it.