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Limitations of the Simulation Data Inspector

The Simulation Data Inspector does not support all data formats. To work appropriately with data vectors, the Simulation Data Inspector requires at least an associated time vector. In general, the Array and Structure data formats are not supported unless Time is logged. The Timeseries data format is preferred because some of the Simulation Data Inspector features work best with metadata that is missing from other formats.

Simulating from the command line does not automatically import recorded data to the Simulation Data Inspector. Use the Simulink.sdi.addToRun function to import recorded signals to a run in the Simulation Data Inspector.

The Simulation Data Inspector allows up to 8000 channels per signal in a run created from imported workspace data.

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