Visualize messages, events, states, transitions, and functions
The Sequence Viewer visualizes message flow, function calls, and state transitions.
Use the Sequence Viewer to see the interchange of messages, events, function calls in Simulink® models, Simulink behavior models in System Composer™ and between Stateflow® charts in Simulink models.
In the Sequence Viewer window, you can view event data related to Stateflow chart execution and the exchange of messages between Stateflow charts. The Sequence Viewer window shows messages as they are created, sent, forwarded, received, and destroyed at different times during model execution. The Sequence Viewer window also displays state activity, transitions, and function calls to Stateflow graphical functions, Simulink functions, and MATLAB® functions. For more information, see .
The Sequence Viewer does not display function calls generated by MATLAB Function blocks and S-functions.
Open the Sequence Viewer
Simulink Toolstrip: On the Simulation tab, in the Review Results section, click Sequence Viewer.
Using the Sequence Viewer Tool
To activate logging events, in the Simulink Toolstrip, under the Simulation tab, in the Prepare section, click Log Events.
Simulate your model.
To open the tool, in the Simulink Toolstrip, under the Simulation tab, in the Review Results section, click Sequence Viewer.
Time Precision for Variable Step — Digits for time increment precision
3 (default) | scalar
Number of digits for time increment precision. When using a variable step solver,
change this parameter to adjust the time precision for the sequence viewer. By default
the block supports
3 digits of precision. Minimum and maximum
Suppose the block displays two events that occur at times
0.1219. Displaying these two events precisely requires
4 digits of precision. If the precision is
then the block displays two events at time
|Type: character vector|
History — Maximum number of previous events to display
1000 (default) | scalar
Total number of events before the last event to display. Minimum and maximum number
of events are
For example, if History is
5 and there are
10 events in your simulation, then the block displays
6 events, including the last event and the five events prior the
last event. Earlier events are not displayed. The time ruler is greyed to indicate the
time between the beginning of the simulation and the time of the first displayed
Each send, receive, drop, or function call event is counted as one event, even if they occur at the same simulation time.
|Type: character vector|
Introduced in R2020b