Viewing .slx model figue without Simulink

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I have Matlab R2020a and R2022a, but no Simulink. I downloaded a free Intro SDR book from MathWorks. But the labs have .slx files. I would like to be able to view the model. I searched online and found this product:
DiffPlug unleashes Simulink's potential
It looks like it will draw the figure given a .slx file. Do you know if this is true, and whether it is safe to use?
I hope to convert the blocks to Matlab so that I can follow the training material. I could not find any lab training material from MathWorks that just uses Matlab. (I know that there are examples, but I wanted to follow a lab setup.)
Thanks,
Paul

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Paul
Paul on 14 Jul 2022
Can you use Simulink Online ?
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Paul Hoffrichter
Paul Hoffrichter on 14 Jul 2022
I clicked on your link. I clicked on the Simulink icon. But I did not get very far.
>> simulink
'simulink' requires Simulink.
I mentioned in the OP that I have Matlab R2020a and R2022a, but no Simulink. I think that in order to use Simulink online, I have to have a Simulink license. I just would like to view the model diagram given an .slx file.

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