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Import and Export Specifications for Operating Point Search

When you modify an operating point specification in the Steady State Manager or Linear Analysis Tool, you can export the specification to the MATLAB® workspace. Exported specifications are saved as operating point specification objects (see operspec). Exporting specifications can be useful when you expect to perform multiple trimming operations using the same or a similar set of specifications. Also, you can export interactively edited operating point specifications when you want to use the findop command to perform multiple trimming operations with a single compilation of the model. (See Batch Compute Steady-State Operating Points for Multiple Specifications.)

You can also import saved operating point specifications to the Steady State Manager or Linear Analysis Tool and use them to interactively compute trimmed operating points. Importing a specification can be useful when you want to trim a model to a specification that is similar to one you previously saved. In that case, you can import the specification and interactively change it. You can then export the modified specification or compute a trimmed operating point from it.

For more information about operating point specifications, see the operspec and findop reference pages.

Import and Export Specification Using Steady State Manager

To import an operating point specification into the Steady State Manager, on the Steady State tab, click Import.

In the Import Operating Point dialog box, select whether you want to import the specification from the MATLAB workspace or from a MAT-file. Then, in the table, click the specification that you want to import.

Click Import.

To export an operating point specification from the Steady State Manager, on either the Steady State tab or the Specification tab, click Export.

In the Export Operating Point dialog box, in the Export column, select the specification that you want to export. When you click Export from the Specification tab, the corresponding specification is preselected in the dialog box.

Then, in the Export as column, specify the name of the workspace variable to which you want to save the specification.

Click Export.

Import and Export Specification Using Linear Analysis Tool

To import or export an operating point specification using the Linear Analysis Tool, on the Linear Analysis tab, in the Operating Point drop-down list, select Trim Model.

To import a specification, in the Trim the model dialog box, click Import.

Then, in the Import initial values and specification dialog box, select whether you want to import the specification from the MATLAB workspace or the Linear Analysis Workspace. Then, in the table, click the specification that you want to import.

Click Import.

To export a specification, in the Trim the model dialog box, click Export.

Then, in the Export Specification dialog box, select whether you want to export the specification to the MATLAB workspace or the Linear Analysis Workspace. Then, in the Variable Name field, specify the name of the workspace variable to which you want to save the specification.

Click Import.

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