Distributed collective systems made of a large number of interactive individuals often exhibit morphogenesis, that is, spontaneous formation of nontrivial morphology. This chapter presents the computational simulation model used for numerical experiments. It describes the methods for simulations and analysis of results. The chapter analyzes the data set of experimental results obtained in which the macroscopic behavioral traits of morphogenetic collective systems were sampled through a Monte Carlo simulation method. It examines the experimental results obtained from the Morphogenetic Swarm Chemistry model about the behavioral differences between the four classes of morphogenetic collective systems. Which includes homogeneous collectives, heterogeneous collectives, heterogeneous collectives with dynamic state transitions, and heterogeneous collectives with dynamic state transitions and local information sharing. The Morphogenetic Swarm Chemistry model is a computational simulation model of the collective behaviors produced by a heterogeneous mixture of self-propelled particles moving in a continuous two-dimensional open space.