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Display and Filter Hierarchical Signals and Parameters

In Simulink® Real-Time™ Explorer, the default view of the signal and parameter lists shows the signals and parameters only at the level that you selected. You can display signals and parameters for the current level and below and filter the display to show only the items that you are interested in.

Hierarchical Display

To show signals and parameters from the current level and below, navigate to the hierarchical level that you are interested in. Click the Contents of button ( on the toolbar).

The contents of the top level of ex_slrt_sf_car are shown in the figure.

Filtered Display

To restrict display to signals or parameters with a particular characteristic, use the Filter text box that is on the toolbar. If you display only one level, the filter applies only to that level.

Explorer supports filtering by values in the following columns:

  • Signals — Signal Name, Signal Label, Full Path

  • Parameters — Name, Block Name, Full Path

For example, to restrict the display of signals and parameters to the shift_logic subsystem, select column Signal Name. Type shift_logic into the Filter text box.

Grouped Display

To group signals and parameters by columns, right-click the column head and select Group By This Column. To remove the grouped display, right-click the column head and select Remove Grouping.

Explorer supports grouping by the following columns:

  • Signals — Signal Name, Signal Label, Full Path, Test Point, Dimensions

  • Parameters — Name, Block Name, Full Path, Dimensions

For example, to group signals by name, right-click the Signal Name column and select Group By This Column. To group parameters by name, right-click the Name column and select Group By This Column.