Interactive Model Editing
Learn the basics you need to build models and be productive in the Simulink® editing environment.
Build and Edit a Model Interactively covers the complete modeling process, from starting the software to building the block diagram to simulating and viewing results. Master the tips, tricks, and shortcuts that speed up model building.
|Simulink Onramp||Self-paced, interactive tutorial included with Simulink license|
|Simulink Editor||Create models and set model properties|
|Library Browser||Find and add blocks to your model|
|Property Inspector||Edit parameters and properties for any Simulink model element|
|Model Data Editor||Inspect and edit data items (signals, parameters, and states) in a table that you can sort, group, and filter|
|Model Explorer||View, modify, and add elements of Simulink models, Stateflow charts, and workspace variables|
|Finder||Find and optionally replace values in Simulink models, libraries, and subsystems|
Create and Edit Models
Assemble models using the Simulink Editor, and learn editing tips and tricks.
- STEP 1: Add Blocks and Set Parameters
- STEP 2: Extend the Model and Create Subsystems
- STEP 3: Update Diagram and Run Simulation
- STEP 4: Refine the Model
- STEP 5: Save the Model
Interact with the Simulink Editor using keyboard and mouse actions.
Flip and rotate blocks, change fonts, use color, box and label areas, and hide and display block names.
Bookmark a view of a model so you can quickly go to that part of the model later.
To help others to understand a model, add visual elements, such as descriptive text, images, or buttons that perform an action such as open a link.
Create a template to reuse customized settings in new models, including configuration settings, blocks, and visual presentation.
View and edit model version information, history, callback functions, and the model description.
Create a project to organize your model and any dependent files. Simulink runs dependency analysis on your model to identify required files and a project root location that contains all dependencies.
Add, respond to, and resolve comments associated with blocks.
You can print a model diagram interactively or programmatically using options to customize your printing job.
Add borders that contain information about the block diagram to a printed model.
Print an HTML document that describes the structure and content of a model.