I found what I was looking for. It was simply a block called edit which allows direct access to edit any variable from any block in the model.
Making a more user friendly simulink model
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I am using a Simulink model to simulate various outputs based off a few constant inputs. As of right now, I am editing the variables that are saved in the model workspace via the model explorer. The variables are setting the initial conditions for SimScape block temperatures and used for comparators. I want to be able to edit these variables by changing the numbers in a block window the looks similar to the display blocks on the main page of the model. By main page I mean that I have created subsystems within my model that contain the blocks that will be using these parameters. I was wondering if this would be possible to implement. I don't need to change the variables during the simulation. They just need to be loaded in at the beginning. I would prefer to do this with out adding extra input signals into the subsystems.
Please explain how this could be done or alternative ways of making it more user friendly.
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sloppydisk am 31 Mai 2018
Select the subsystem and press mask>edit mask or CTRL+M. Then go to parameters & dialog and you can add some Edit parameters corresponding to your variables. Now if you double-click the subsystem a dialog should pop up to edit the parameters.