Maple is an advanced analytical problem solving and programming environment. The analytical engine that powers Maple includes a powerful symbolic computation system that expresses and manipulates complex mathematics using automated formalisms and knowledge systems.
- The current version of Maple at U of G is 2018. Faculty, staff and students at the University of Guelph may access Maple in two different ways: in the library computer lab, or on your own computer.
- If you are faculty or staff at the University of Guelph, you may obtain the site-licensed copy of Maple 2018 for on campus use. However, it may only be used while you are employed by the University of Guelph. Students can purchase Maple 2018 Student Edition for academic use on their personal computers. To purchase your copy, go to the CCS Software Distribution Site.
Please visit the CCS software distribution site to download a copy for your computer.
HELP within Maple
Maple for Windows: Click on the Help option on the menu along the top of the screen.
Online Maple Tutorials
Maplesoft offers free online tutorials.
Maple Community Discussion Forum
Maplesoft maintains a community discussion forum off their website. Visit the Maple website to participate in the Maple Community Discussion Forum.
Check out the comp.soft-sys.math.maple newsgroup. You can post questions, articles or messages here. This newsgroup is part of Usenet, which is a worldwide-distributed discussion system.
Product manuals for Maple can be found on MapleSoft's Site.