What is Maple, and where can I access it at IU?

Maple is a general-purpose computer algebra system, designed to solve mathematical problems and produce high-quality technical graphics. It is easy to learn, but powerful enough to calculate difficult integrals in seconds. Maple incorporates a high-level programming language that allows you to define your own procedures. It also has packages of specialized functions you can load to do work in group theory, linear algebra, and statistics, as well as in other fields. You can use it interactively or in batch mode, for teaching or research.

At Indiana University, you can access Maple on:

Alternatively, if you are an IU student or faculty member, you can purchase Maple for your personal workstation through Research Analytics (see Statistical and mathematical software available at IU).

For information about using Maple at IU, see What is Maple, and where can I access it at IU?. For other support resources, see:

If you have questions about using statistical and mathematical software at Indiana University, contact Research Analytics. Research Analytics is located on the IU Bloomington campus at Woodburn Hall 200; staff are available for consultation Monday-Friday 9am-noon and by appointment.

Although UITS consultants can help you access the program, and Research Analytics can answer basic and advanced questions, if you are in a class using this program, your first source of assistance for using the program should be your instructor.

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