Simulation software that can use matlab's simulated results?

Posted on 2006-03-25
Last Modified: 2016-02-10
I'm using Matlab/Simulink to do the calculations for me for a simple pendulum.  And then I want to use something other than Simulink's built in animation to make the animation of the pendulum.  Is there any free simulation software to get the simulated results from Matlab and then make its own animated pendulum just like what the animation in Simulink can do?
Question by:slashman
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    Try out Matlabs third-party ap. PLECS, you can download a Free student version here>>>
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    Thanks very much for the points, however, I would be very pleased to hear your results! What's your review of PLECS?

    Is this program similar to what you was looking for? I may learn a great deal from your review. Please post back any info!

    Many Thanks:


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