This example shows how to use a dynamic comet plot to visualize the result of changing the interpolation and extrapolation options for a 2-D data set running in an-D Lookup Table block. Algorithm options can be employed in different situations to tradeoff accuracy, smoothness, data size, and performance.
Try opening the model and using the lookup table block's dialog to change the interpolation and extrapolation algorithms. A copy of the dialog is embedded in the right hand pane in the Model Explorer and will show up after the first simulation. You can enter and tweak values for the entire model and its blocks from the Model Explorer, including settings for model configuration parameters, Simulink blocks, Stateflow® charts, and Simulink® Coder™ settings for code generation and data management.
To make the plot, data from the simulation is logged using the non-intrusive logging features. Non-intrusive logging is annotated on the block diagram by the small blue "transmitter antennas" on certain block output ports. These logging points can be set in three ways: from the MATLAB® command line using set_param(), from the Diagram > Signals & Ports > Signal & Scope Manager, and from the signal properties dialog.