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===Quick Links===
 
===Quick Links===
 
:[http://9c8430c7f682ab7ad2ee-12745785e50d42d2a30c38cc50bb61f7.r63.cf1.rackcdn.com/nova_tut01a_interface.mp4 Tutorial 1: Getting to know the Nova Interface]
 
:[http://9c8430c7f682ab7ad2ee-12745785e50d42d2a30c38cc50bb61f7.r63.cf1.rackcdn.com/nova_tut01a_interface.mp4 Tutorial 1: Getting to know the Nova Interface]
:[http://www.cs.oberlin.edu/~rms/nova/usermanual/Nova%20Cheat%20Sheet%202014-07-17.pdf NovaScript Cheat Sheet]
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:[[Tutorial Index]]
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:[[File: Nova_Cheat_Sheet_2014-07-17.pdf]]
 
:[[Component Guide 1: Overview; Atomic Components |Atomic Components]]
 
:[[Component Guide 1: Overview; Atomic Components |Atomic Components]]
 
:[[Component Guide 2: Containers|Containers]]
 
:[[Component Guide 2: Containers|Containers]]
 
:[[Component Guide 3: Plug-ins|Plug-ins]]
 
:[[Component Guide 3: Plug-ins|Plug-ins]]
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:[[Component Guide 4: CodeChips|CodeChips]]
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:[[Component Guide 5: Displays and Controls |Displays and Controls]]
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:[[NovaScript Introduction|NovaScript Introduction]]
 
:[[Primitive Operators and Properties|Primitive Operators and Properties]]
 
:[[Primitive Operators and Properties|Primitive Operators and Properties]]
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:[[Running Your Model]]
 
:[[Documenting Your Model | Documenting Your Model]]
 
:[[Documenting Your Model | Documenting Your Model]]
  
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:[[Example 3: Simple Harmonic Motion|Example 3: Simple Harmonic Motion]]
 
:[[Example 3: Simple Harmonic Motion|Example 3: Simple Harmonic Motion]]
 
:[[Example 4: Agent SIR|Example 4: Agent SIR]]
 
:[[Example 4: Agent SIR|Example 4: Agent SIR]]
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:[[Example 5: NetDiffuse| Example 5: NetDiffuse]]
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:[[Example 6: Damped Spring| Example 6: Damped Spring]]
 
;Tutorials
 
;Tutorials
 
:[[Tutorial Index | Tutorial Index]]
 
:[[Tutorial Index | Tutorial Index]]
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:[[Using_Chips:_Example | Chip Tutorial]]
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:[[NodeNetwork:_Example | NodeNetwork Tutorial]]
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:[[Cascade:_Example | Cascade Tutorial]]
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:[[Cascade:_Example | Spy Tutorial]]
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:[[Tableau:_Example | Tableau Tutorial]]
 
;Nova Concepts
 
;Nova Concepts
 
:[[Operational Semantics | Operational Semantics]]
 
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:;Interface
 
:[[Frames, Menus, Toolbars, Pallets | Frames, Menus, Toolbars, Pallets]]
 
:[[Frames, Menus, Toolbars, Pallets | Frames, Menus, Toolbars, Pallets]]
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:[[Running Your Model]]
 
:;Component Guide
 
:;Component Guide
 
::[[Component Guide 1: Overview; Atomic Components | Overview; Atomic Components]]
 
::[[Component Guide 1: Overview; Atomic Components | Overview; Atomic Components]]
 
::[[Component Guide 2: Containers|Containers]]
 
::[[Component Guide 2: Containers|Containers]]
 
::[[Component Guide 3: Plug-ins|Plug-ins]]
 
::[[Component Guide 3: Plug-ins|Plug-ins]]
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::[[Component Guide 4: CodeChips|CodeChips]]
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::[[Component Guide 5: Displays and Controls|Displays and Controls]]
 
:[[Documenting Your Model | Documenting Your Model]]
 
:[[Documenting Your Model | Documenting Your Model]]
 
;Reference
 
;Reference
 
:[[Primitive Operators and Properties|Primitive Operators and Properties]]
 
:[[Primitive Operators and Properties|Primitive Operators and Properties]]
 
:[[Glossary|Glossary]]
 
:[[Glossary|Glossary]]
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==Nova Workshop 2015==
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Models built during the 2015 workshop at Oberlin College.
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* A modification of Lotka-Volterra using pesticides
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::[[Nova_Workshop2015:_Insecticide|Insecticide Model]]
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* The Insecticide model with movement between two rooms in a greenhouse
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::[[Nova_Workshop2015:_Greenhouse|Greenhouse Model]]
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* The Greenhouse model with three vertical layers in each room
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::[[Nova_Workshop2015:_Vertical_Greenhouse|Vertical Greenhouse Model]]
  
 
==Supplementary Material==
 
==Supplementary Material==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[http://www.cs.oberlin.edu/~rms/nova/usermanual/Nova%20Cheat%20Sheet%202014-07-17.pdf NovaScript Cheat Sheet]
 
 
*[https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript JavaScript Reference]
 
*[https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript JavaScript Reference]
 
*[https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Math JavaScript Math Object]
 
*[https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Math JavaScript Math Object]
 
*[http://underscorejs.org/ Underscore.js]
 
*[http://underscorejs.org/ Underscore.js]
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant
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No. CNS-0939153. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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Latest revision as of 21:16, 11 August 2015

Nova Users Manual

The definitive guide to using Nova.

Quick Links

Tutorial 1: Getting to know the Nova Interface
Tutorial Index
File:Nova Cheat Sheet 2014-07-17.pdf
Atomic Components
Containers
Plug-ins
CodeChips
Displays and Controls
NovaScript Introduction
Primitive Operators and Properties
Running Your Model
Documenting Your Model

Contents

Introduction
What Is Nova?
Frequently Asked Questions
Modeling 101
Example 1: Simple Population Model
Example 2: FireSpread
Example 3: Simple Harmonic Motion
Example 4: Agent SIR
Example 5: NetDiffuse
Example 6: Damped Spring
Tutorials
Tutorial Index
Chip Tutorial
NodeNetwork Tutorial
Cascade Tutorial
Spy Tutorial
Tableau Tutorial
Nova Concepts
Operational Semantics
Javascript Light
NovaScript Introduction
User Guide
Interface
Frames, Menus, Toolbars, Pallets
Running Your Model
Component Guide
Overview; Atomic Components
Containers
Plug-ins
CodeChips
Displays and Controls
Documenting Your Model
Reference
Primitive Operators and Properties
Glossary

Nova Workshop 2015

Models built during the 2015 workshop at Oberlin College.

  • A modification of Lotka-Volterra using pesticides
Insecticide Model
  • The Insecticide model with movement between two rooms in a greenhouse
Greenhouse Model
  • The Greenhouse model with three vertical layers in each room
Vertical Greenhouse Model

Supplementary Material

Coming soon

External Links

Nsfetc.png

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CNS-0939153. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.