Subject: If Statements w/ To Workspace Blocks Help Please! From: Eric Date: 5 Jul, 2012 21:59:08 Message: 1 of 4 hey everybody, I'm currently using an if statement for 2 cases: 1. time = 0 2. time > 0 For each case I'm modifying a variable A (differently in each case). The problem comes when I try to use the To Workspace block in both of the cases. I get the following error: Duplicate data logging variable name simulink Is there a way solve this problem. I want to be able to get the variable A from both time = 0 and time > 0, so that I can plot it against time. Thanks for the help in advance. - Eric
 Subject: If Statements w/ To Workspace Blocks Help Please! From: Phil Goddard Date: 9 Jul, 2012 23:53:31 Message: 2 of 4 How is the variable A propagated through the model? Assuming it's a signal then put the To Workspace block after the t=0 and t>0 values have been merged. Phil.
 Subject: If Statements w/ To Workspace Blocks Help Please! From: Eric Date: 10 Jul, 2012 15:05:27 Message: 3 of 4 "Phil Goddard" wrote in message ... > How is the variable A propagated through the model? > > Assuming it's a signal then put the To Workspace block after the t=0 and t>0 values have been merged. > > Phil. Thanks Phil for the help!
 Subject: If Statements w/ To Workspace Blocks Help Please! From: Eric Date: 10 Jul, 2012 15:56:12 Message: 4 of 4 "Eric " wrote in message ... > "Phil Goddard" wrote in message ... > > How is the variable A propagated through the model? > > > > Assuming it's a signal then put the To Workspace block after the t=0 and t>0 values have been merged. > > > > Phil. > > Thanks Phil for the help! I just tried this and it actually didn't work. I forgot to mention that the variable is a read/write data block. This is because the variable A gets modified and used throughout the simulation. When I used the write data A on both the if and else statements, and then merged it at the end, the read data A block wasn't reading properly. Sorry if this is confusing, but if possible, would anybody be willing to look at my simulink model? Thanks again in advance! - Eric

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