If you want to use Explorables for teaching, presentations or class work, here are Slide-versions of each Explorable without the bla bla explanatory text in a simple presentation like style that only contains the display and control panel without the text. The presentation slides also have a less poetic title and link to the original explorable webpage.

You can either pick from the list below, or you can click on the presentation slide button on the original explorable page that says “Presentation Slide” (below the control box).

If you use the presentation slides here are some controls:

  • press “Enter” to go fullscreen, e.g. on a projector.
  • with “CMD +” and “CMD -” you can scale the slide content to fit the screen.

Hopfed Turingles

The Gray-Scott Model

Albert & Carl Friedrich

Random Walks & the Central Limit Theorem

Critically Inflammatory

A Forrest Fire Model

Dr. Fibryll & Mr. Glyde

Pulse-coupled Oscillators

Facebooked Flu Shots

Counter-Intuitive Vaccination Strategies in Complex Networks

The Blob

The Giant Component in a Complex Network

Stranger Things

Two-dimensional Chaotic Maps

I herd you!

How Herd Immunity Works

Scott's World*

Microbial Growth Pattterns

Yo, Kohonen!

A Self-Organizing Neural Network

Echo Chambers

Opinion Dynamics in a Dynamic Network Model


A Stochastic Cellular Automaton

Surfing a Gene Pool

Pattern Formation in Two-Species with Identical Fitness


Growing Networks with Preferential Attachment

Ride my Kuramotocycle!

The Kuramoto Model of Phase-Coupled Oscillators

Maggots in the Wiggle Room

Evolutionary Dynamics in an Agent Based Model

A Patchwork Darwinge

Evolutionary Dynamics on a Lattice

Into the Dark

Collective Intelligence

Barista's Secret

Percolation on a Square Lattice

Lotka Martini

Predator Prey Dynamics

Double Trouble

The Double Pendulum

Critical HexSIRSize

Critical HexSIRSize

Particularly Stuck

Diffusion Limited Aggregation


Pattern Formation in the Rock, Paper, Scissors Game

Kick it like Chirikov

The Kicked Rotator (Standard Map)


Epidemic Dynamics - The SIRS Model

Keith Haring's Mexican Hat

Pattern Formation by Local Excitation and Long-Range Inhibition

Spin Wheels

Spatial Patterns in Phase-Coupled Oscillators

Weeds & Trees

Lindenmeyer Systems - Self-Similar Growth Patterns

Flock'n Roll

A Model for Collective Behavior in Animal Populations