Use Scope blocks to plot simulation data in windows known as scopes.

You can define scope blocks to plot signals versus simulation time or other signals. You can also define scope blocks to plot activation events.

To learn more about a specific scope block, drag it into your model and press F1 to view the block's help page.

When to Use Scope Blocks

You connect a scope block to each signal in a model that you want to review. In the following example of a classic predator-prey model, Scope_2 on the right of the diagram is defined to plot the evolution of population over time:

The plot generated from the Scope_2 block provides the following results: