Model Configuration Parameters: Data Import/Export
The Data Import/Export pane includes parameters for configuring simulation input and output options. The parameters allow you to import input signal and initial state data and export output, signal, and state data during simulation. You can use standard or custom MATLAB® functions to generate input signals for a system and to graph, analyze, or otherwise postprocess simulation results.
Loads input data from a workspace before the simulation begins.
Loads the model initial states from a workspace before simulation begins.
Saves simulation time data to the specified variable during simulation.
Saves state data to the specified variable during a simulation.
Saves signal data to the specified variable during simulation.
Saves the model states at the end of a simulation to the specified variable.
Select the data format for saving states, output, and final states data.
Log only the last n data points for outputs and states.
Specify decimation factor, n, for output and states logging such that only every n points are logged.
At the end of a simulation, Simulink® saves the complete set of states of the model, including logged states.
Globally enable or disable signal logging for the model.
Globally enable or disable logging of Data Store Memory block variables for the model.
Log data to MAT-file.
Select options for generating additional output signal data for variable-step solvers.
Specify how many points to generate between time steps to refine the output.
Specify times at which Simulink software should generate output in addition to, or instead of, the times of the simulation steps taken by the solver used to simulate the model.
Specify whether to return simulation data as a single
Set intervals for logging
Specify whether to send logged data to the Simulation Data Inspector when a simulation pauses or completes.
These configuration parameters are in the Advanced parameters section.
Specify whether data logged using To Workspace blocks streams to the Simulation Data Inspector.