This is machine translation

Translated by Microsoft
Mouseover text to see original. Click the button below to return to the English version of the page.

Note: This page has been translated by MathWorks. Click here to see
To view all translated materials including this page, select Country from the country navigator on the bottom of this page.

What Are Simulink Projects?

You can use Simulink® Projects to help you organize your work. Find all your required files; manage and share files, settings, and user-defined tasks; and interact with source control.

If your work involves any of the following:

  • More than one model file

  • More than one model developer

  • More than one model version

— then Simulink Projects can help you organize your work. You can manage all the files you need in one place — all MATLAB® and Simulink files, and any other file types you need such as data, requirements, reports, spreadsheets, tests, or generated files.

Projects can promote more efficient team work and individual productivity by helping you:

  • Find all the files that belong with your project.

  • Create standard ways to initialize and shut down a project.

  • Create, store, and easily access common operations.

  • View and label modified files for peer review workflows.

  • Share projects using built-in integration with Subversion® (SVN) or Git™, external source control tools.

See the Web page for the latest information, downloads, and videos.

To get started with managing your files in a project:

  1. Try an example project to see how the tools can help you organize your work. See Explore Simulink Project Tools with the Airframe Project.

  2. Create a new project. See Create a New Project From a Folder.

  3. Analyze your project and check required files by using the Dependency Analysis view. See Run Dependency Analysis.

  4. Explore views of your files. See Work with Project Files.

  5. Create shortcuts to save and run frequent tasks. See Use Shortcuts to Find and Run Frequent Tasks.

  6. Run custom task operations on batches of files. See Run a Simulink Project Custom Task and Publish Report.

  7. If you use a source control integration, you can use the Modified files view to review changes, compare revisions, and commit modified files. If you want to use source control with your project, see About Source Control with Projects.

For guidelines on structuring projects, see Large-Scale Modeling.

Related Topics