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setPostSimFcn

Specify a MATLAB function to run after each simulation is complete through SimulationInput object, in

Description

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in = in.setPostSimFcn(func) registers the callback function associated with the function handle func after each simulation is complete. The Simulink.SimulationInput object is passed as an argument to this function. func is any MATLAB® function and can be used to do the post processing on the output. To return post processed data, you must return it as values in a struct. These values are then packed into the Simulink.SimulationOutput output to replace the usual logged data or add new data to the Simulink.SimulationOutput object.

Examples

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This example specifies a MATLAB Function through SimulationInput object to run after each simulation is complete.

Create a PostSimFcn to get the mean of the output.

function newout = postsim(out);
newout.mean = mean(out.yout);
end

Create a SimulationInput object for a model.

in = Simulink.SimulationInput('vdp');
in = in.setPostSimFcn(@(x) postsim(x));
in = in.setModelParameter('SaveOutput','on');

Simulate the model.

out = sim(in)

View your result

out.mean

It is best practice to avoid using 'ErrorMessage' and 'SimulationMetadata' as field names in the function.

Input Arguments

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Function to run after each simulation completes, specified as a function handle or a function name. setPostSimFcn passes the Simulink.SimulationInput object in the shape of y argument. For example:

in = in.setPreSimFcn(@myfunc, y)
where myfunc is a MATLAB function such as
function f = myfunc(x)
f ...%Compute function value with x as an input argument
You can also specify func as a function handle for an anonymous function:
in = in.setPostSimFcn(@(y) myfunction(arg1, arg2 ...))

Version History

Introduced in R2017a