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how to send Data to workspace

Asked by Arun Badigannavar on 7 Jan 2013
How to send data to workspace continuosly whenever my simulink model has been paused by below code,,I am using a simple constant block and to workspace block
tic
  open_system('');
   for i=1:1:10
     set_param('SampleTest','StopTime', sprintf('%d',i)); 
  set_param('SampleTest', 'Simulationcommand', 'start') 
    pause(1)
    set_param('SampleTest', 'Simulationcommand', 'update')
    set_param('SampleTest', 'Simulationcommand', 'continue')
   end
  toc

2 Comments

Arun Badigannavar on 7 Jan 2013

I am trying this but data will come to base workspace oly after my code finishes 10 steps

Azzi Abdelmalek on 8 Jan 2013

Do you mean after 10, itterations?

Arun Badigannavar

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Answer by Kaustubha Govind on 7 Jan 2013
Accepted answer

Please see the second paragraph in my answer here for an explanation of what you're seeing. If you'd like your workspace to be updated immediately, you might need to write your own MATLAB code to do this. You can follow the technique described in Access Block Data During Simulation to run your MATLAB code as soon as a new output value becomes available.

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Arun Badigannavar on 11 Jan 2013

I have found the solution,,,I avoided paassing variables value to workspace,,,rather am directly calling the values to next model wher i require them,,thanks for ur help i learnt usefull things

Kaustubha Govind

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