BehaviourComposer: ignore everything before this.
Set up and maintain a plot of two variables, e.g. hunger versus time. The location and size are specified but the minimum, and maximum values are calculated dynamically.
Create auto plot
Begin NetLogo code:
substitute-text-area-for upper-left-corner-x 5 substitute-text-area-for upper-left-corner-y 550 substitute-text-area-for lower-right-corner-x 420 substitute-text-area-for lower-right-corner-y 809 substitute-text-area-for plot-label Random Plot substitute-text-area-for x-axis-label time substitute-text-area-for y-axis-label random substitute-text-area-for x-axis-value time substitute-text-area-for y-axis-value random 200 substitute-text-area-for legends "random value" "black" create-plot "upper-left-corner-x" "upper-left-corner-y" ; upper left corner "lower-right-corner-x" "lower-right-corner-y" ; lower right corner "plot-label" ; unique name (and label) for this plot "x-axis-label" ; X axis label "y-axis-label" ; Y axis label (x-axis-value) ; X axis value (y-axis-value) ; Y axis value legends ; legends is either alternating pen names and color names, false meaning no legend, or ; true meaning legend generated via Add to plot
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You can change all the attributes in text areas to change the size, location, and labels. You can plot other attributes. For example, replace y-axis-value text area with
This uses the Behaviour Composer primitive create-plot that defines a plot in the NetLogo file that is added during loading and cannot be removed during a run.
Create plot differs from this in that the scales are explicitly provided. Create empty auto plot creates a plotting area that can have many plots drawn on it using Add to plot.
Create auto plot was implemented by Ken Kahn.
BehaviourComposer: ignore everything after this.