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Output file

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How can I export data from my simulink block diagram to an Excel file (*.xls)

Thanks for your help

RE: Output file

If it is result data I believe you can get it into Matlab and save it as a ascii file.  When opening in Excel, choose the correct parsing options in the text file import wizard.

I'm sure others here are better experienced to answer.

There is also an Excel link toolbox but I don't know what it's capable of.
Ken

RE: Output file

First, you can export the data to the MATLAB workplace by using the "To workplace" block in the "Sinks" category. Then from the workplace you can copy and paste it in Excel. This method can work for many variables provided you increase the input to the "To workplace" block. Hope this helps.

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