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In a Scope signal viewer window, right-click.
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.
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.
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.
Open the Signal and Scope manager. Add a signal Scope or Floating Scope signal viewer to your model. See Attaching a Signal Viewer.
From the # in drop-down list, select the total number of axes for the graph.
In the Signals connected to Generator/Viewer section, select the first axis.
Click the Signal Selector button . The Signal Selector dialog box opens.
Select the signal or signals to add to this axis, and then close the dialog.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until you have added signals to all of the axes.
Click the parameters icon to display the scope signal viewer, and then run the simulation.