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Scope Signal Viewer Tasks

Adding a Legend to a Scope Signal Viewer

  1. In a Scope signal viewer window, right-click.

  2. From the context menu, select Legends.

    The viewer draws a box and identifies each signal with the name of the signal. If a signal does not have a name, the legend uses the name of the originating block or subsystem.

  3. To move a legend to another location on the graph, left-click and drag the legend box.

For information about the color and line styles in the Viewer window, see Line Styles with Scope Signal Viewer.

Creating a Multiple Axes Scope Signal Viewer

You can add multiple plots (called axes) to a scope signal viewer. Each axes can have different y-axis settings.

To create a viewer with more than one axes.

  1. Open the Signal and Scope manager. Add a signal Scope or Floating Scope signal viewer to your model. See Attaching a Signal Viewer.

  2. From the # in drop-down list, select the total number of axes for the graph.

  3. In the Signals connected to Generator/Viewer section, select the first axis.

  4. Click the Signal Selector button . The Signal Selector dialog box opens.

  5. Select the signal or signals to add to this axis, and then close the dialog.

  6. Repeat steps 3 to 5 until you have added signals to all of the axes.

  7. Click the parameters icon to display the scope signal viewer, and then run the simulation.

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