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cvhtml

Produce HTML report from model coverage objects

Syntax

cvhtml(file, cvdo)
cvhtml(file, cvdo1, cvdo2, ...)
cvhtml(file, cvdo1, cvdo2, ..., options)

Description

cvhtml(file, cvdo) creates an HTML report of the coverage results in the cvdata or cv.cvdatagroup object cvdo when you run model coverage in simulation. cvhtml saves the coverage results in file. The model must be open when you use cvhtml to generate its coverage report.

cvhtml(file, cvdo1, cvdo2, ...) creates a combined report of several cvdata objects. The results from each object appear in a separate column of the HTML report. Each cvdata object must correspond to the same root model or subsystem. Otherwise, the function fails.

cvhtml(file, cvdo1, cvdo2, ..., options) creates a combined report of several cvdata objects using the report options specified by options.

Input Arguments

cvdo

A cv.cvdatagroup object

file

Character vector specifying the HTML file in the MATLAB® current folder where cvhtml stores the results

Default: []

options

Specify the report options that you specify in options:

  • To enable an option, set it to 1 (e.g., '-hTR=1').

  • To disable an option, set it to 0 (e.g., '-bRG=0').

  • To specify multiple report options, list individual options in a single options character vector separated by commas or spaces (e.g., '-hTR=1 -bRG=0 -scm=0').

OptionDescriptionDefault

-sRT

Show report

on

-sVT

Web view mode

off

-aTS

Include each test in the model summary

on

-bRG

Produce bar graphs in the model summary

on

-bTC

Use two color bar graphs (red, blue)

on

-hTR

Display hit/count ratio in the model summary

off

-nFC

Do not report fully covered model objects

off

-scm

Include cyclomatic complexity numbers in summary

on

-bcm

Include cyclomatic complexity numbers in block details

on

-xEv

Filter Stateflow® events from report

off

Examples

Make sure you have write access to the default MATLAB folder. Create a cumulative coverage report for the slvnvdemo_cv_small_controller mode and save it as ratelim_coverage.html:

model = 'slvnvdemo_cv_small_controller'; 
open_system(model);
cvt = cvtest(model);
cvd = cvsim(cvt); 
outfile = 'ratelim_coverage.html';
cvhtml(outfile, cvd);

Alternatives

Use the coverage settings to create a model coverage report in an HTML file:

  1. Open the model for which you want a model coverage report.

  2. In the Simulink® Editor, select Analysis > Coverage > Settings.

  3. On the Coverage pane of the Configuration Parameters dialog box, select Enable coverage analysis.

  4. On the Coverage > Results pane, select Generate report automatically after analysis.

  5. Click OK to close the Configuration Parameters dialog box and save your changes.

  6. Simulate the model and review the generated report.

Introduced before R2006a

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