I'm watching these:
They are about control system engineering with LabVIEW.
I have LabVIEW 2015 with the MathScript RT and a test license for Control and Simulation library. I also have a licensed MatLab installed, but it does not have the control system toolboxes.
They both use the "ss" command in MathScript. I can't find it. I get errors. I search in help and it is not there. It is not in the examples. When I look at the Block diagram VI's from the scond video I have substantially fewer controls on mine. I get PID, Fuzzy, and System Identification. I don't have "SISO".
I have several guesses as to what is wrong:
Can you help me find the "ss" command so I can duplicate what they are doing?
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@udka - I must have installed something wrongly. I tried again, and it still doesn't have the menus, or the updated command-set in MathScript RT.
The system knows some commands, but not enough to do a basic step response. I have 2015, not 2016, and I already had MathScript RT. I'm thinking that the mismatch has to be in that area. I could be wrong.
From the screenshot of the palettes, it looks like the Control Design & Simulation toolkit either isn't installed or licensed correctly - you should have a whole bunch of simulation palettes etc.
From what I recall, the PID / Fuzzy toolkits are separate from the main CD&S toolkit.
Can you show us what you have installed under 'software' in NI MAX? Perhaps also show us your NI license manager.