- This is part of the NetLogo distribution. It is called MaterialSym, in the path models\Sample Models\Chemistry & Physics
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If you look at the page source, you'll see the "DefaultModel" is
if you paste that into your browser as a URL you can download the
"MaterialSim Grain Growth.nlogo" file which is the source code you are
after (it's nicely commented too!)