Can I access the data used to create the accel_probe plots?
Yes. When you specify an accel_probe in your design function, it saves the data (up to the number of interactions you have requested or 1000 by default) to a .mat file. To see the data in the Workspace, load the .mat files that are generated after each Verify step.
After running Verify -floatingpoint, the accel_probe_floating_data.mat file is written in the project directory. It can be loaded by going to the MATLAB console and typing the following:
float_data = load('accel_probe_floating_data.mat')
In this case, the data is part of a structure called float_data (you might need to refresh the Workspace to see it by right-clicking in the Workspace and selecting "Refresh"). The data field is a few clicks down from the top level.
After running Verify -fixedpoint, the accel_probe_fixed_data.mat file is written into the FixedPointM or FixedPointC directory (formerly called the MATLAB directory). Load it again as follows:
fixed_data = load('accel_probe_fixed_data.mat')
You can convert the data into vectors using MATLAB commands as follows:
before = floating_data.accel_probe_data.(probe_name).data;
after = fixed_data.accel_probe_data.(probe_name).data;