**A simple repair mechanism can alleviate computational demands of pragmatic reasoning: simulations and complexity analysis** Here, the results of the simulations that were run for this study can be found. Furthermore, we also provide the scripts to run the simulations and to plot the data. The results consist of the following files and can be found under the folder 'results' (zipped): 1. *results.p*: the complete results merged into this file. 2. *results_interactional.p*: contains the results of the interactional agents only. 3. *results_pragmatic.p*: contains the results of the pragmatic agents only. 4. *results_1.p*: contains the results of the pragmatic agents with an order of pragmatic reasoning of 1 only. 5. *results_frugal.p*: contains the results of the pragmatic agents which started out with an order of pragmatic reasoning of 1 but went up to an order of 2 only. 6. *results_2.p*: contains the results of the pragmatic agents which started with an order of pragmatic reasoning of 2 only. These results are also made available as csv files, to be found in the same zipped folder. The scripts in order to run the simulations can be found under 'implementation', including a folder containing the lexicons used for the simulations. Finally, in order to visualise the results, the folder 'Visualising Results' contains some scripts to read in and plot the data from the simulations.