This document contains links to the following Maple resources:

Maple Tutorials and Information Guides

Examples for Various Courses

Maple in the Classroom

Odds and Ends

Maple Web Sites

**Maple Tutorials and Information Guides**

**Information available at Rensselaer**- An Introductory Guide to Maple Short introduction along with brief descriptions of commands used in calculus - by Mark Holmes (pdf file, 20 pages)
- Using Maple on RCS An ACS document.

- The Maple Dictionary with Examples by John V. Matthews (GZIPed PS file, 68 kBytes, 58 pages)
- Getting Started with Maple by Clinton Wolfe (Indiana University)
- Maple Lab Manual by William W. Farr (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
- Maple in Action - An Introductory Handbook Covers calculus, Fourier series, Laplace and Fourier transforms, and vector fields - by Piroz Mohseni (GZIPed PS file, 135 kBytes, 62 pages)
- Maple Tutorial Info on using worksheets, printing, etc.- from University of Texas at Austin
- A Maple Tutorial from Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Maple: An Introduction by Dominik Gruntz, Kathrin Meier, and Michael Monagan (Institute for Scientific Computation, ETH Zurich)

**Calculus**- Calculus I from North Carolina State University
- Calculus I by Doug Meade (University of South Carolina)
- Calculus II from North Carolina State University
- Calculus II by Doug Meade (University of South Carolina)
- Multivariable Calculus in the Lab from Cornell
- Calc III Labs from the Geometry Center at the University of Minnesota
- Calculus III from North Carolina State University
- Calc III Labs labs created by high school students participating in the University of Minnesota's Talented Youth Mathematics Program

**Differential Equations**- Differential Equations with Maple V from North Carolina State University
- Elementary Differential Equationsby Doug Meade (University of South Carolina)
- Topics in Differential Equations from Texas A&M
- Differential Equations by R.L. Herman (UNC Wilmington)
- Differential Equations covers Laplace transforms, Fourier series, and PDEs (from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
- Computer Handbook of ODEs by E.S. Cheb-Terrab (University of Waterloo)

**Scientific Computing**- Engineering Computing from University of Utah
- Numerical Computing by Gleb Beliakov (University of Melbourne)
- Numerical Methods by Aaron Naiman (Jerusalem College of Technology)
- Numerical Methods by Carl Eberhart (University of Kentucky)

- The Math Package Includes some very useful mathematical procedures and utilities.
- Fourier Techniques from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
- Maple V and Fractals
**Applications**- Physics Resource Packet Project by Mike Moloney (Rose-Hulman Insitute of Technology)
- Maple and Chemical Engineering from Lund University, Sweden
- Rolling without Slipping Joel Shapiro's animation of the motion of a rigid body upon which no external forces act.
- Astronomy and Maple

- Maple V in the Classroom Information that might help those who use Maple V in their lessons.
- Teaching with Maple Articles presenting some of the issues involved in using mathematical software - like Maple - for teaching purposes.
- Tips for Maple Instructors by Robert Lopez (Rose-Hulman)

- MATHEMATICA-MAPLE Converter Translation of Mathematica-syntax into Maple-syntax by Prof. Dr. G. Braunss
- How to Convert Maple Plots into Web Images from MIT
- Polyhedra This web page shows polyhedral via the use of the geom3d package in Maple and VRML.
- Maple and Wavefront Maple routine which converts data structures obtained from plot3d in the Maple plots package to Wavefront .obj format.

- Waterloo Maple The home of Maple
- The MIT Maple Pages
- Maple Resource Site from University of Illinois at Chicago

RPI Math Home Page Course Materials