View Data During Simulation
Scope blocks and scope viewers offer a quick way to visualize simulation data over time. If you are prototyping a model, connect signals to a Scope block, simulate the model, and then view the results in a scope window. Use the results to validate your design. If you need to debug your model, use oscilloscope-like tools in the Scope, such as triggers and cursor measurements, to locate the problem. To learn more, see Prototype and Debug Models with Scopes.
|Control Scope block appearance and behavior|
|Simulation Data Inspector||Inspect and compare data and simulation results to validate and iterate model designs|
|Add trigger to signal to control display updates in the Simulation Data Inspector|
|Get signal and trigger options for trigger configured in the Simulation Data Inspector|
|Remove trigger from signal in the Simulation Data Inspector|
|Specify record mode for logging|
|Check record mode for logging|
- Common Scope Block Tasks
Step-by-step procedures of common scope tasks, including logging data, sharing scope images, and display manipulation.
- Floating Scope and Scope Viewer Tasks
Step-by-step procedures for frequently carried out Floating Scope block and Scope viewer tasks.
- Control Scope Blocks Programmatically
This example shows how to control scopes with programming scripts.
- Sample Time with Scope Blocks
Understand sample time inheritance when using the Scope and Time Scope blocks.
- Decide How to Visualize Simulation Data
Choose the right visualization technique for each modeling and simulation task.
- Scope Blocks and Scope Viewer Overview
Choices about how to display simulation results graphically.
- Prototype and Debug Models with Scopes
Prototype and debug models by using scopes and scope measurements.
- Viewers and Generators Manager
Generate and visualize signals without blocks.
- Generate Signals Without Source Blocks
Step-by-step procedures for attaching, modifying, and removing signal generators.
- Control Display of Streaming Data Using Triggers
Use triggers in the Simulation Data Inspector to control when plot displays update to display new data.
- Access Data in a MATLAB Function During Simulation
Stream signal data to a MATLAB® callback function during simulation for processing and visualization.