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SimBiology.export.ScheduleDose class

Superclasses: SimBiology.export.Dose

Schedule dose for exported SimBiology model


SimBiology.export.ScheduleDose is the class for export schedule doses.


Export schedule dose objects are created by the export method for SimBiology® models. By default, all active schedule doses are export schedule doses, but you can specify which schedule doses to export using the optional editdoses input argument to export.

export (model)Export SimBiology models for deployment and standalone applications



Amount of dose, a nonnegative scalar value.


Dose amount units. This property is read-only.


Parameter specifying length of time to administer a dose. This property is read-only.


Determine how events that change dose parameters affect in-progress dosing. This property is read-only.


Parameter specifying time lag for the dose. This property is read-only.


Name of dose object. This property is read-only.


Text describing dose object. This property is read-only.


Name of the parent export model. This property is read-only.


Rate of dose, a nonnegative scalar value. Default is [], that is, the dose is interpreted as a bolus (instantaneous) dose. For a schedule dose, you can create a combination of bolus and infusion doses by setting the rate property to a vector containing zeros and non-zeros.


Units for dose rate. This property is read-only.


Species receiving dose. This property is read-only.


Schedule dose times, a vector of nonnegative values.


Time units for dosing. This property is read-only.


You cannot change the Rate property of ScheduleDose for exported SimBiology model if all of the following conditions are true:

  • The UnitConversion property of the model is already set to true.

  • The Rate property is empty or set to zero.

  • The RateUnits is set to empty.

To change the Rate, do one of the following:

  • Set the UnitConversion property of the original model to false. Then export the model again.

  • Set the RateUnits appropriately.

Copy Semantics

Handle. To learn how handle classes affect copy operations, see Copying Objects (MATLAB).