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Where is Pure Pursuit class located? Is it available for free?

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I am simulating a robot that follows a set of co-ordinates. How do I create an object and make it follow the path created by those co-ordinates? I know that Pure Pursuit is an option but it's part of robotics system toolbox which is not available for free if I'm not mistaken. I'm rather new to Matlab so excuse me for asking a silly question.
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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 25 Feb 2017
So either get the toolbox, or start writing some code, or look using a search. Effectively, your question either asks someone to do a search for you, or to write some code for you. Surely you can do the search as well as anyone else.

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Vandana Rajan
Vandana Rajan on 28 Feb 2017
Edited: Vandana Rajan on 28 Feb 2017
Yes, you are right. Pure Pursuit is a part of Robotics System Toolbox. You can use it only if you have the toolbox in your license list.
Pure Pursuit is about tracking a vehicle. From the first 2 lines of your query, I perceived that what you need to implement is a path following robot and Pure Pursuit might not be a good idea for that.
The following is the link for a line follower application for Arduino Robot, that doesn't require the toolbox license.
Another one using LEGO
Am not sure if these will be helpful for you. You may try on similar lines if that helps.

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