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Using Workspace data in Matlab function block - SIMULINK

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Dhiraj
Dhiraj on 8 Jun 2012
I have got a DATA.mat which contains a structure with many different 2d maps. I have loaded the mat file into the workspace. I have a SIMULINK model with a matlab function block and I intend to make use of the maps in the function block. How can I do it ?

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Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 11 Jun 2012
If the maps are very large, you can use them as global data inside MATLAB Function blocks via Data Store Memory blocks.
Besides TAB's solution, you can also import the variables in a MATLAB Function block by creating parameter data on the block with the same name as the workspace variable. (On the editor, select Tools>Edit Data/Ports)

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Gayan Lankeshwara
Gayan Lankeshwara on 4 Mar 2020
Hi Kaustubha,
I would kindly like to know how I can import variables from the workspace for Interpreted MATLAB functions in Simulink, because Edit Ports/ Data facility is not over there.
The reason why I am using an Interpreted MATLAB function block is because I believe that I can compute the optimisation algorithm that I developed with YALMIP toolbox over there.
Thank you.

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TAB
TAB on 11 Jun 2012
Read the loaded workspace variables in Constant blocks and pass theses blocks as input to the matlab function block.

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