Add text, images, TeX commands, and buttons that perform an action to your model to help others better understand the model. For an overview of how to create these types of annotations, see Describe Models Using Annotations. To learn about other techniques for improving model readability, see Adjust Visual Presentation to Improve Model Readability.
||Add block to model|
||Get or set editor invoked by Simulink DocBlock|
||Highlight block, signal line, port, or annotation|
||Get information about annotation|
||Specify properties of model annotation|
To help others to understand a model, add visual elements, such as descriptive text, images, or buttons that perform an action such as open a link.
This example shows how to create and format an annotation that includes a bullet list, numbered list, image, and a hyperlink.
By converting an annotation to markup, you can control whether to hide or display it.
Associate a callback with an annotation for when you load, delete, or click an annotation.
The annotation API enables you to work with annotations programmatically.