Maple, a product of Waterloo Maple Inc., is a tool for symbolic mathematical computing. It includes linear algebra, calculus, imaginary numbers, and many other capabilities. Student versions are available for large discounts.

There are a lot of good Maple tutorials on the Internet. A list of some good tutorials is given below, approximately in order from most to least useful (although all of the tutorials listed below are good). If you find any of the tutorials particularly helpful or unhelpful, or if you find any broken links or any good on-line tutorials that are not on the below list, please let me know.

- Maple Help Sheets, by Kevin TeBeest
- MIT’s Maple Site
- Duke University’s Maple Tutor
- The University of Pennsylvania’s Introductory Maple Tutorial

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Last Revised: February 27, 2014