To start the Simulink® software, first start the MATLAB® technical computing environment. For details about starting MATLAB, see Startup and Shutdown.
To start Simulink Library Browser from MATLAB, use one of these approaches:
The Library Browser opens. It displays a tree-structured view of the Simulink block libraries installed on your system. The Simulink library window displays icons representing the pre-installed block libraries.
Note On computers running the Windows® operating system, you can display the Simulink library window by right-clicking the Simulink node in the Library Browser window.
To create models, copy blocks from the Library Browser into a model window in the Simulink Editor.
Use one of the following approaches to open the Simulink Editor:
Open an existing model. For example, at the MATLAB prompt, enter the name of a model. For details, see Open an Existing Model.
In the Library Browser, select File > Open. Choose a model or enter the file name of the model.
At the MATLAB prompt, use the
open_system command. For example, to
open a model named
Note: To have the Simulink Editor display properly, use 32-bit color mode.
Typically, remote desktop connections (for example, a VNC connection) use a default color mode of 16-bits or less.