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Import and Export Specifications For Operating Point Search

When you modify an operating point specification in the Linear Analysis Tool, you can export the specification to the MATLAB® workspace or the Linear Analysis Tool workspace. Exported specifications are saved as operating point specifications objects (see operspec). Exporting specifications can be useful when you expect to perform multiple trimming operations using the same or a very similar set of specifications. Additionally, you can export interactively-edited operating point specifications when you want to use the findop command to perform multiple trimming operations with a single compilation of the model. (See Batch Compute Steady-State Operating Points for Multiple Specifications.)

You can also import saved operating point specifications to the Linear Analysis Tool and use them to interactively compute trimmed operating points. Importing a specification can be useful when you want to trim a model to a specification that is similar to one you previously saved. In that case, you can import the specification to the Linear Analysis Tool and interactively change it. You can then export the modified specification, or compute a trimmed operating point from it.

To import or export an operating point specification:

  • In the Linear Analysis Tool, on the Linear Analysis tab, select Trim Model from the Operating Point drop-down list.

    The Trim the model dialog box opens.

  • Click Import to load a saved operating point specification from the Linear Analysis Workspace or the MATLAB Workspace.

  • Click Export to save an operating point specification to the Linear Analysis Workspace or the MATLAB Workspace.

For more information about operating point specifications, see the operspec and findop reference pages.

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