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how can we call a scope to workspace witout opening the model file?

Asked by santhi krishna on 7 Feb 2012
in my project, i ve designed an active power filter using model file. In that for optimization of parameters, i ve used an algorithm. This model file is being called to the m-file(algorithm). Here i need a suggestion to compile the algorithm without opening the model file (i.e.,) only the scope should be viewed. with regards, shanthi.

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Answer by Roshin Kadanna Pally on 8 Mar 2012

You can save your model with Scopes closed. Then do the following:
load_system('modelName');
open_system('modelName/scopeName');
To compile the model (I assume this will also compile your algorithm):
set_param('modelName', 'SimulationCommand', 'Update');
This will not send data to the Scope. To view data on Scope, simulate the model using sim command. The model remains closed.

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Answer by Andreas Goser on 7 Feb 2012

In my view, you can run the simulation with the SIM command, but not open the scope. However, you can use the simulation data to plot the result in a MATLAB figure, that looks pretty much the same (compared to the scope).

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