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From Workspace Block

From Workspace Block

From Workspace Block

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Is there a way to import a matrix from the workspace and preserve it matrix'ness?  

I am trying to use the "From Workspace" block but it wants a structure-with-time format and I need it in matrix format for the Assignment or Selector block.  Ultimately, I want to access a particular element of a matrix using dynamic counters for each time step.

Sorry if this is a silly question, I am a newbie.

Thanks!

RE: From Workspace Block

Instead of using the workspace block you can use the constant block. If you put the name of your matrix into the constant block instead of a number, the model will get the matrix from the workspace.
You can also put one constant block for every element of the matrix into your model.
I hope this helps.

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