Access a set of assessments from a simulation


The function as = sltest.getAssessments('model') creates an sltest.AssessmentSet object as containing the assessments for model. Individual assessment results are obtained using result = get(as,index). getSummary(as) returns an overview of the assessment set. disp returns an overview of individual assessment results.


Create an sltest.AssessmentSet object using sltest.getAssessments.

Object Functions

dispDisplay results of sltest.AssessmentSet or sltest.Assessment
findFind assessments in sltest.AssessmentSet or sltest.Assessment object
getGet assessment of sltest.AssessmentSet
getSummaryGet summary of sltest.AssessmentSet


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This example shows how to simulate a model with verify statements and obtain assessment results via the programmatic interface.

Get the Assessment Set and One Assessment Result

1. Open the model.


% Turn the command line warning off for verify() statements
warning off Stateflow:Runtime:TestVerificationFailed

2. Run the model.

s = sim('sltestRollRefTestExample');

3. Get the assessment set.

as = sltest.getAssessments('sltestRollRefTestExample');

4. Get assessment 3 from the assessment set.

as3 = get(as,3);

Display Results of the Assessment Set and Assessment Result

1. Get summary of the assessment set.

asSummary = getSummary(as)
asSummary = 

  struct with fields:

       Total: 6
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 2
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail

2. Display the result of assessment 3.

  Package: sltest

         Name: 'Simulink:verify_high'
    BlockPath: [1x1 Simulink.SimulationData.BlockPath]
       Values: [1x1 timeseries]
       Result: Fail

3. Find untested or failed results in the assessment set.

asFailUntested = find(as,'Result',slTestResult.Fail,'-or','Result',slTestResult.Untested)
asFailUntested = 

       Total: 4
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 0
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail

  Untested Assessments (first 10):
    2 : Untested 'Simulink:verify_high'
    3 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKLow'
    4 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKNormal'

  Failed Assessments (first 10):
    1 : Fail 'Simulink:verify_high'

4. Find assessments under the Test Assessment block, using a regular expression.

assessBlock = find(as,'-regexp','BlockPath','.[Aa]ssess')
assessBlock = 

       Total: 6
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 2
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail

  Untested Assessments (first 10):
    4 : Untested 'Simulink:verify_high'
    5 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKLow'
    6 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKNormal'

  Passed Assessments (first 10):
    1 : Pass 'Simulink:verify_normal'
    2 : Pass 'Simulink:verify_low'

  Failed Assessments (first 10):
    3 : Fail 'Simulink:verify_high'

Introduced in R2016b

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