Viewing Simscape model statistics is a good way to evaluate the model prior to simulation. Model statistics provide feedback on the model complexity, so that you can make informed choices about whether you want to simulate the model in its current configuration or make changes to it. This approach helps you achieve the desired simulation performance and goals.
- Simscape Model Statistics
Model statistics provide feedback on the model complexity. View Simscape model statistics to make informed choices about whether you want to simulate the model in its current configuration or make changes to it.
- 1-D Physical System Statistics
This node represents aggregate statistics generated from all physical networks that are associated with blocks from Simscape, Simscape Driveline™, Simscape Fluids™, and Simscape Electrical™ libraries, except the Specialized Power Systems.
- 3-D Multibody System Statistics
This node represents aggregate statistics generated from all physical networks that are associated with blocks from the Simscape Multibody™ library.
- 1-D/3-D Interface Statistics
This node lists statistics related to the interface between all 1-D physical and 3-D multibody systems present in the model.
- View Model Statistics
This example shows how you can use model statistics to determine the effect of a change on model complexity.
- Access Block Variables Using Statistics Viewer
This example shows how you can use the Sources section of the Statistics Viewer to access a block variable of interest, to verify (or change) its initialization priority and target value.
- Model Statistics for Component Arrays
If your model contains blocks with underlying arrays of components, the Statistics Viewer includes variables that belong to the array members.
- Model Statistics Available when Using the Partitioning Solver
If your model uses a Partitioning local solver, the Statistics Viewer contains additional nodes. You can use this information, for example, to estimate the memory budget needed for exhaustive partition storage.