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Setting up the environment and invoking from a Research Computing server

## Overview

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 UNCâ€™s Software Acquisition office or run Maple on a Research Computing server.

Default Version: | 18 |

Installed Version(s): | 16, 17, 18 (Kure/Killdevil) |

Research Computing Servers: | Kure, Killdevil |

## Installation

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.

## Setting up the environment and invoking from a Research Computing server

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

## FAQs

- Maple Common FAQs. It contains a number of answers that may be useful for users new to this software.

## Useful links

## Additional help