The Multilevel Group Selection I (MGS I) model simulates a population of contributing and non-contributing agents, competing on a social landscape for higher-value spots in an effort to withstand some selection pressure. It may be useful to both scientists and students in hypothesis testing, theory development, or more generally in understanding multilevel group selection.
Cleaned up parts of the code, introduced the initial-pressure parameter, and introduced the following plots: Mean payoff of agents, Between- vs. within-group selection, Percent of agents that are freeriders, Percent of agents exposed to within-group selection, Percent of agents exposed to between-group selection, Assortativity among contributors, and Assortativity among non-contributors.
|Version||Submitter||First published||Last modified||Status|
|1.6.1||Garry Sotnik||Sat Sep 26 01:41:46 2020||Sat Sep 26 01:41:46 2020||Published Peer Reviewed|
|1.0.1||Garry Sotnik||Tue Apr 28 03:46:31 2020||Tue Apr 28 03:46:31 2020||Published Peer Reviewed|
|1.0.0||Garry Sotnik||Tue Apr 21 18:07:27 2020||Tue Apr 21 18:07:27 2020||Published Peer Reviewed https://doi.org/10.25937/38tr-c992|