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How to open a Simulink Scope without the model

Asked by Gunter Nitzsche on 27 Jul 2017
Latest activity Edited by Gunter Nitzsche on 14 Aug 2017
Hi, I am running simulink simulations from a script which take quite a while. So it is good to have a scope open, which shows some output signals to see how far the simulation is and what it is doing.
Under Matlab2014a I was able to open such a scope without actually opening the model:
load_system('model');
set_param('model/Scope','open','on');
The same commands under Matlab2017a do not open the scope. I really have to open the simulink model to see the scope.
Is there a way under Matlab2017a to open the scope without having the window of the model open as well? I am working under Windows7.
Thank you very much in advance.

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Answer by Swarooph
on 27 Jul 2017
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You can use the open_system command. For e.g. in your case:
open_system('model/Scope')
Doc on the command here .

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great, this works Thank you

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