About

Maple is an algebraic and numerical mathematics package used for solving mathematical problems and creating interactive technical applications.

 

Is this software right for me?

This software can be used by staff, on university computers, whether that is a laptop or desktop, both on and off campus, without a network/internet connection.

If you are staff and want to use this on a university computer with a network/internet connection, please use Maple 2020 Network for Linux

 

What does this software do?

Maple is maths software. By creating technical documents, Maple can combine numeric and symbolic calculations, mathematical notation and explorations.

 

Maple is compatible with Microsoft Windows, Macintosh and 32/64 bit linux

Linux version : 2021

Support Level : None

How do I get it?

Staff :

Available for download via Pegasus.
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Student :

The Student Extension version is available on request. Please contact help@strath.ac.uk

Computer Labs :

Maple is available on the virtual desktop - http://aka.ms/wvdarmweb

Licence Agreement / Costs

Type : Site License

End Date : Renewed annually

Licence Details :

Full licence terms are available below:
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Usage :

Use by staff on University owned machine only.

Off-site usage is allowed on University owned machines.

Personal Licence : Personal licences are available to purchase.

Help

When downloading this software, an automated email will be sent to your university email account. Please read this email as it contains information and instructions.

If you have any problems downloading or installing this software, please contact help@strath.ac.uk

Alternatively, visit the Maplesoft web site.
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If you want older versions of this software, other versions are available on the Available Licensed Software page on Pegasus.

Training

The Development & Training Resource Centre has a wealth of online training resources including video tutorials, tutor-led material, self-study material and links to external best practice sites. Follow the link below for more information:

Maple

Who is it for?

Staff :

Free to download to University owned PC/Laptop.


Student :

Maple is available on the virtual desktop - http://aka.ms/wvdarmweb

For futher information on the Student Extension option please see the 'How do I get it?' section.

System Requirements

Minimum Operating System:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux: OS version 6, update 4
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop: OS version 11, 12
Ubuntu:  OS version 12.04 LTS, 13.10 

Minimum Hardware:
CPU: Intel PentiumIII 650 MHz or equivalent
RAM: 2GB
Hard Disk: 2GB