Maple is a statistical software package for advanced mathematics. It includes features for interactive algebra, calculus, discrete mathematics, graphics, numerical computation and many other areas of mathematics. It provides a unique environment for rapid development of mathematical programs using its vast library of built-in functions and operations.
Undergraduate students can automatically access via the Web with KU's Virtual Lab.
Students, faculty and staff can access in the following central labs: Anschutz Instruction Center, Anschutz Library, Budig Hall Main Computer Lab, Budig Instruction Center, Budig Small PC Lab, Clark Instruction Center, Fraser Computer Lab and the Watson Training Lab.
Faculty and staff can download the software for campus and home use through KU’s Web store, however installation on a personal computer by faculty, staff and student employees is allowed only when the software is used to support the academic administration, teaching and research functions of the university.
Faculty, staff, graduate research assistants and graduate teaching assistants can use Maple while off campus after authenticating with KU Anywhere.
Free online training is available at the Maplesoft Training website.
Maplesoft provides free online training. See the Maplesoft Training website for more details.