BehaviourComposer: ignore everything before this.
Begin description: Set the initial size of the 3D world where the model runs. End descriptionWorld size 3D
Begin NetLogo code:
substitute-text-area-for minimum-world-x -9 substitute-text-area-for maximum-world-x 10 substitute-text-area-for minimum-world-y -9 substitute-text-area-for maximum-world-y 10 substitute-text-area-for minimum-world-z -9 substitute-text-area-for maximum-world-z 10 set-world-size minimum-world-x maximum-world-x minimum-world-y maximum-world-y minimum-world-z maximum-world-z
End NetLogo code
The text areas should contain six numbers: minimum x, maximum x, minimum y, maximum y, minimum z, and maximum z. For example to create a 10x20x30 grid with positive and negative coordinates the numbers should be -4, 5, -9, 10, -19, 20.
Due to current limitations of NetLogo this specifies only the initial size of the world and cannot be used to change the world dimensions during execution. It uses relies upon the 3D version of NetLogo.
World size is the two-dimensional version of this.
World size 3d was implemented by Ken Kahn on 3 October 2012.
BehaviourComposer: ignore everything after this.