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This model shows an agent that can report how many orange patches there are in the world of multiple of colors.
Start by clicking on the setup button. This will color the world with 11 different colors.
Next click on go. The agent will report how many orange patches there are by increasing the number on the orange-patch monitor each time it comes accross an orange patch.