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Maple is a comprehensive computer system for advanced symbolic mathematics. It includes facilities for interactive algebra, calculus, discrete mathematics, graphics, numerical computation and many other areas of mathematics. It also provides a unique environment for rapid development of mathematical programs using its vast library of built-in functions and operations.
You can choose to either install Maple locally in your computer by ordering a copy of Maple from UNC’s Software Acquisition office or run Maple on a Research Computing server.
|Installed Version(s):||15, 16, 17 (Kure/Killdevil)|
|Research Computing Servers:||Kure, Killdevil|
You can install Maple locally in your computer. Maple is available to faculty and staff through UNC Software Acquisition Office. Please visit their webpage for more information.
Maple is available for use on the Research Computing servers Kure, and Killdevil. The following documents provide several options for running Maple and other high-performance computing software. These documents include general instructions common to all applications, and specific instructions for each application.
- Invoking applications on a Research Computing Server from a UNIX/Linux/Mac OSX desktop computer
- Invoking applications on a Research Computing Server from a Microsoft Windows computer
- Maple Common FAQs. It contains a number of answers that may be useful for users new to this software.