Is it possible to toggle visibility of signals in (floating) scope during simulation?
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I am looking for a way to connect multiple signals to a Simulink scope (can be a floating scope as well) and dynamically toggle the visibility of lines (individual signals) during a simulation. The toggling could for example be handled in a callback function, a Matlab function block, or a StateFlow action. Is there a way to (programmatically) achieve this? Important is that it needs to work during a simulation.
Anh Tran on 8 Sep 2017
Edited: Anh Tran on 8 Sep 2017
I tried a simple test to check if setting scope configuration in runtime is possible or not: 1. Open shipped demo 'vdp'
2. Set the end time to Inf and run the model
3. In MATLAB command window, I can change the scope configuration during simulation. In this case, by changing 'Visibility' property, I can open or close the scope.
>> myScopeConfiguration = get_param('vdp/Scope','ScopeConfiguration')
>> myScopeConfiguration.Visible = true
If you are able to dynamically toggle the visibility of lines with callback function or MATLAB function block, you should be able to perform this workflow with command line functions. Good luck!
Anh Tran on 11 Sep 2017
I was not able to find information on how to toggle which input signals are shown on the scope programmatically. I will create an enhancement request for the development team to consider this feature in future release.