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Is it possible to convert code written in the Matlab language into a Simulink block diagram?(Edited)

Asked by Shunsuke Kishi on 17 Sep 2019
Latest activity Answered by Raj
on 18 Sep 2019
I'm looking for a way to convert code written in Matlab language into a Simulink block diagram. If you can understand, please teach me.

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Your question title says you want to 'convert blocks created in Simulink to Matlab language' where as body of the question says 'way to convert code written in Matlab language into a Simulink block diagram'. Both are contradicting. Which one are you looking for?
I'm sorry, I made a mistake. It is correct in the body of the question. I want to convert code written in Matlab language into a Simulink block diagram.

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Answer by Ted Shultz
on 17 Sep 2019
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You can put all your code into a custom Simulink block:

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Answer by Raj
on 18 Sep 2019

It is always recommended to be specific with your questions and also mention the MATLAB version that you are using. With the information that you have provided, you can convert your MATLAB scripts to functions and then use the 'MATLAB function' block in simulink to run these functions.
See these for details:
Hope this helps!

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