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Plotting graph using scope

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I solved 2 degree dependant differential equations in simulink and I got 2 equations as a funtion of time say X(t) and Y(t). Scope is plotting graph between x vs t and y vs t. But I want grph of T vs X, T vs Y, and X vs y. Tell me if some way is there or suggest if some other technique I can use.


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Jesús Zambrano
Jesús Zambrano on 19 Oct 2020
With a Scope block (form Library, section Sinks) you get a trend of a variable as function of time.
If you use the XY Graph block (also from Library, sectino Sinks) you can plot a variable vs another variable.
Hope it helps.


Mrudul Agrawal
Mrudul Agrawal on 22 Oct 2020
And what about inverting graph in scope? Like scope is showing X vs t graph, I want t vs X graph..
Jesús Zambrano
Jesús Zambrano on 23 Oct 2020
Scope are plotting input data during time. For the plot you described, I suggest to do a post-processing of data: save them in ToWorkspace blocks and then, in command window (or in a script) plot the data in the order you want.
Hope it helps!

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