How to run upgrade advisor programmatically?

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Maria
Maria on 5 Jan 2016
Edited: Jed Frey on 19 Sep 2017
I used slupdate before, but it will be removed in the future releases. It is suggested to use Upgrade Advisor. I want to avoid using the GUI, which appears in by calling upgradeadvisor or Analysis > Model Advisor > Upgrade Advisor, but to call the option "Run Selected Checks" and to define the checks programmatically.

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Sudhanshu Bhatt
Sudhanshu Bhatt on 7 Jan 2016
Edited: Sudhanshu Bhatt on 7 Jan 2016
Hi Maria,
I understand that you want to run Model checks programatically.
If you have a license for Simulink Verification and Validation, you can create MATLAB scripts and functions that run the Model Advisor programmatically.
For example, you can create a function to check whether your model passes a specified set of the Model Advisor checks every time that you open the model and start a simulation. If you have Simulink Coder, the function can generate code from the model.
You can use the ModelAdvisor.run method to run Model Advisor Checks on Systems using Check ID.
More information on this can be found in the documentation links below:
Hope this helps.
Thanks
Sudhanshu Bhatt
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Jed Frey
Jed Frey on 19 Sep 2017
That's the Model Advisor. At the bottom it calls out what other advisors can be accessed through the Model Advisor window but not how to access them programmatically.

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