In the second video of the "Introduction to Spatial Agent-Based Models (ABMs)" series, Dr. Nick Magliocca discusses the core components of an ABM; how they work; and applications that illustrate the flexibility of ABMs.
Interested in meeting facilitation, but unsure where to start? Check out our new guide, which introduces approaches and practices we use at SESYNC in facilitating synthesis meetings, trainings, and workshops to help improve teamwork processes.
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