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Brian Hayes

Getting StarLogo

The MIT StarLogo system runs on Macintosh computers. Download it from http://www.media.mit.edu/starlogo. At Tufts University the Connected Mathematics project (led by Uri Wilensky) has created an extended language called StarLogoT, which also runs on the Macintosh; the URL is http://www.ccl.tufts.edu/cm/starlogoT. Larry Latour and his colleagues at the University of Maine have done preliminary work on porting StarLogo to the Microsoft Windows environment. A Java version is also in preparation. © Brian Hayes





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