How to send Simulink variable to matlab?

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632541 on 3 Feb 2021
Answered: KaMATLAB on 3 Feb 2021
How to send simulink variable to matlab?
I have a variable like a sine wave which is generated in simulink using signal generator.
This signal has to be plot in matlab using "plot ".
I have used "to workspace " in simulink to send it to matlab workspace.
After this ,how can I use this signal (time series) in plot ?
How to plot this?
I have written : plot(t, simout);
Is there any mistake I have made while using simout variable?
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KaMATLAB
KaMATLAB on 3 Feb 2021
click on the 'workspace block' change the Timeseries field to 'array'. Also it is better if you can name your variable for instance y instead of using 'simout'. Also just clik on the 'workspace block' and name your variable

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Timo Dietz
Timo Dietz on 3 Feb 2021
Edited: Timo Dietz on 3 Feb 2021
Timeseries signals can be plotted directly: plot(simout) or separated by x and y: plot(simout.Time, simout.Data)

KaMATLAB
KaMATLAB on 3 Feb 2021
click on the 'workspace block' change the Timeseries field to 'array'. Also it is better if you can name your variable for instance y instead of using 'simout'. Also just clik on the 'workspace block' and name your variable

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