Matlab Compiler And Simulink
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Hi, I am trying to use matlab compiler to create a standalone application out of my GUI. Unfortunately in the GUI I must use 'sim' and 'simset' to call some simulink model. Does anyone have an idea how to work this out?
Thanks a lot! Jerry
Seth Popinchalk on 24 Jun 2011
Edited: John Kelly on 26 Feb 2015
The SIM and SIMSET command can not be called from the MATLAB Compiler (This is documented here). To build a standalone GUI that runs your simulation, you need to make the simulation standalone, then build the GUI to run that.
This can be accomplished by using Simulink Coder (or Real-Time Workshop in earlier released) to build a standalone executable. This executable can be called by the GUI to run. The outputs of the simulation executable can be loaded by the GUI and analyzed.
A similar question was asked to Technical Support, and they published a solution: How can I create a standalone executable of a MATLAB GUI which calls a Simulink model?
giovanni mazzuto on 29 Jan 2015
Hi. In this day, I'm having the same problem. I found this thread perfectly relevant to my problem. Obviously, there is another problem. All of the proposed links are not available. :( Could you help me, please.
warmest regards GM