Represent hierarchy tree for simulation data
This class represents the hierarchy of nodes for logging simulation data in a model. The tree starts with the workspace variable, which represents simulation data for the whole model, and recursively creates nodes for each of the children. The children are defined depending on the type of the parent node:
For the top-level simulation log workspace variable, the children are all the Simscape™ blocks (and subsystems containing Simscape blocks) in the top-level model diagram.
For a subsystem or a structural block, the children are all the constituent Simscape blocks and subsystems.
For a block, the children are all its physical ports, Through and Across variables, and all internal variables defined in the block's Simscape file.
For a physical port, the children are all its Across variables.
Final nodes in this recursion correspond to all the variables logged for the model. Final nodes do not have children nodes, and contain the series data logged during simulation.
You cannot construct an object of this class. The object is constructed automatically during simulation, as part of the simulation log workspace variable, if you enable data logging for the model.
The name identifying the
Identifies the logging method of the
The other properties are dynamic, and represent all the children
|getSource||Navigate from node object to block that generated it|
|plot||Plot all series associated with node object|
|plotxy||Plot series associated with two node objects against each other|
|Print complete logging tree of node object|
Handle. To learn how handle classes affect copy operations, see Copying Objects (MATLAB) in the MATLAB Programming Fundamentals documentation.