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The Maple computation engine combines high-performance numeric computations with world-leading symbolic capabilities.
Maple contains comprehensive, in-depth coverage of a vast range of mathematical topics.
Maple can solve a wide range of equations and systems of equations.
Maple can solve differential equations problems no other system can handle.
Maplesoft offers an extensive collection of products and free resources to support teaching and learning differential calculus.
Maple has efficient and comprehensive linear algebra support for both small- and large-scale problems.
Maple has flexible, powerful tools for solving optimization problems.
The Maple Group Theory package has over 150 commands for constructing groups, examining their properties, performing operations, and visualization.
The Statistics package, like Maple itself, combines the advantages of numerical and symbolic approaches to problem solving.
You can assign units to your input variables, and the necessary dimensional analysis is performed by Maple to give you the correct unit in your result.
Maple allows you to perform precision computations with quantities involving tolerances. Tolerances are entered and displayed using standard notation, for example, 1.45 ± 0.05.
Create and explore popular fractals, including the Mandelbrot, Julia, Newton, and other time-iterative fractals.
With Maple’s equation editor, you can express complicated mathematical problems easily using standard mathematical notation.
Maple provides an extensive suite of visualization tools. Create 2-D and 3-D plots and animations interactively using the Plot Builder Assistant and context-sensitive menus.
In Maple, you can customize and annotate plots easily using the Plot Builder Assistant, context-sensitive menus, or options in plot commands.
In Maple, the context panel allows you to perform mathematical operations by simply clicking the object and selecting the desired operation from the menu of choices provided.
Smart Popups and Drag-to-Solve™ are part of Maple's collection of Clickable Math tools, which also include palettes, interactive assistants, context-sensitive menus, tutors, and more. These tools make it easy to learn, teach, and do mathematics with Maple.
Maple includes many interactive assistants that allow you to perform related tasks in a single point-and-click environment.
Task templates provide convenient, fill-in-the-blank problem solving for hundreds of tasks.
In Maple, you can embed interactive components in your document. Using elements such as sliders, buttons, dials, and gauges, your document becomes both a technical report and an easy-to-use application.
The variable manager provides easy access to all variables in your Maple session, allowing you to better manage your documents, quickly assess the state of your computations, and inspect variable values without the need to navigate through the document.
Easy access to the MapleCloud gives you a revolutionary way to share work with colleagues and students.
Live Data Plots help with insight, understanding, and publication of your data, all at the click of a button.
With Maple's slideshow mode, you can solve problems, document your work, and present your solution, all in a single document and environment.
To help you find a symbol that you need from a collection of over 1000 symbols, Maple allows you to use your mouse to sketch the symbol in the Symbol Recognition palette as you would draw it on paper.
The Exploration Assistant allows you to instantly create interactive mini-applications, which can be used to explore the parameters of expressions.
Maplesoft provides support in Maple for a variety of languages.
Maple has many tools for advanced financial modeling, as well as accessible tools for personal finance.
The Statistics package, like Maple itself, combines the advantages of numerical and symbolic approaches to problem solving.
Maple allows you to study and tackle a large range of problems in computational physics, including problems in classical mechanics, quantum physics, and relativistic field theory.
Maple, in conjunction with MapleSim and the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox, provides extensive capabilities for plant modeling and advanced control system design.
Maple offers signal processing tools for analyzing and manipulating data in the frequency and time domains.
With Maple, you can perform calculations with thermophysical properties of pure fluids, humid air and mixtures, generate customized psychrometric charts, and more.
With Maple and the Maple Quantum Chemistry Toolbox, you can predict, explore, and design novel molecules in a powerful, easy-to-use environment.
Maple includes a full featured programming language that can be used to create scripts, programs, and full applications.
In Maple, you can embed interactive components in your document. Using elements such as sliders, buttons, dials, and gauges, your document becomes both a technical report and an easy-to-use application.
The Exploration Assistant allows you to instantly create interactive mini-applications, which can be used to explore the parameters of expressions.
The code editor offers many features to assist in writing, reading, and debugging Maple code.
Maple’s code generation feature allows you to easily deploy your solutions to other programming languages.
The free Maple Player lets you share your interactive Maple applications with people who do not have Maple.
Maple puts over 30 different palettes at your disposal to help with numerous tasks, including building and editing mathematical expressions, keeping track of variables, and sharing documents with other users.
The Maple Workbook makes it easy to organize and share your projects and Maple applications, simply and reliably.
Maple takes advantage of the full processing power of your computer, automatically detecting and using all available processor cores to perform many computations in parallel.
Maple now allows you to launch multiple compute processes right from the user level without the need for any prior setup or administration.
Maple is the only technical computing system that allows you to take advantage of multithreading in your own programs. The Maple programming language offers direct access to launching and controlling threads.
Distributed systems offer fantastic gains when it comes to solving large-scale problems. By sharing the computation load, you can solve problems too large for a single computer to handle, or solve problems in a fraction of the time it would take with a single computer.
Maple can take advantage of CUDA-enabled graphics cards to leverage the tremendous computational power of those cards, dramatically speeding up key computations.
Maple can be easily integrated with other tools using a wide range of connectivity features.
Maple provides several different connectivity options for MATLAB®.
Maple adds important analysis capabilities to CAD systems, giving CAD users the ability to use Maple's computational power to analyze and optimize designs.
Using Maple, you can connect to data feeds, online databases, and other sources of Internet and intranet information, and incorporate that data automatically into Maple applications.
With built-in database connectivity, Maple allows engineers and scientists to quickly develop and deploy powerful applications that combine large enterprise datasets with the state-of-the-art analysis and visualization tools of Maple.
Maple’s code generation feature allows you to easily deploy your solutions to other programming languages.
Utilize Maple’s tools for statistics and data analysis on Quandl’s extensive collection of data. Over 12 million time series data sets are available directly from within Maple; no extra packages are required.
Maple provides several different methods for working with Microsoft® Excel®