For this simple study, you will have some different files with different projects. Here are two of them.
The first one is a paper. You want to compare your paper to the other papers, and you wanted to be sure that the data that was collected was consistent. The second one is a label. The purpose of using the Design Verifier is to ensure that the labels will correspond to each other.
So what would happen if you had to have two experiments to compare the data from your testing, then the experiment that you did was “one” experiment. And there were two Labels, one with the data on it and one without.
The Simulink Design Verifier is going to do some testing that will allow you to compare the Data and Labels at the same time. The Verifier will let you create two Data and Labels at the same time and will ask you to compare the Labels to the Data. So what does the Verifier do? It compares the Labels to the Data.
You can see that the paper has one data label and one Labels label. It also has one set of data. It is all one thing. The Labels doesn’t have the data. So what does the Verifier do, it asks you to compare the Labels to the Data.
Now suppose you are working on a study that asks you to compare the Paper to the Label. What does the Verifier do? It compares the Paper to the Labels.
Suppose that you are working on another study and you are given the Two Labels. What does the Verifier do? It compares the Labels to the Paper. That is why the Simulink Design Verifier will allow you to combine Labels and Data at the same time.
Because of the way the Design Verifier works, the Simulation I, the Simulator’s job is to simulate the various kinds of experiment that you might have had to do. It will allow you to manipulate Labels and Data simultaneously.
With the Simulation I, you can follow a trial run to determine which one is the most accurate. You will be able to look at the two data sets side by side and see if there is a difference between them. Or you can examine one Data set, and then the other Data set. Then you can analyze the differences between the two data sets side by side.
The Simulink Design Verifier will let you compare the Data and Labels at the same time. Once you create the two Data sets, you will be able to compare them to see if there is a difference between them. And then you can look at the two Data sets side by side.
In this way, you can get a good view of the Data or Labels, just as you would in a simulation. And you can compare both the Data and Labels together, which makes the Simulink Design Verifier the best simulation software available. It lets you compare the Data and Labels. And it allows you to compare the Data and Labels simultaneously.