Maple
Maple
2019

4.5

Maple free download for Mac

Maple

2019
13 November 2019

Solve math problems and create interactive technical apps.

Overview

Maple is the ultimate productivity tool for solving mathematical problems and creating interactive technical applications.

Intuitive and easy to use, it delivers the most advanced, complete, reliable mathematical capabilities that can only come from a market-leading tool that has been developed and tested over 25 years.

Maple allows you to create rich, executable technical documents that provide both the answer and the thinking behind the analysis. Maple documents seamlessly combine numeric and symbolic calculations, explorations, mathematical notation, documentation, buttons and sliders, graphics, and animations that can be shared and reused by your colleagues.

What's new in Maple

Version 2019.2:

Notes: While Finder identifies this as version 2019, the developer refers to it as 2019.2
Maple 2019.1, is a maintenance update, available to all users running Maple 2019. Maple 2019.1 is a paid upgrade from previous versions. Pricing information can be found here

  • New “Go to Page ___” option in Print Preview
  • Sections are now expanded by default when printing or exporting a document
  • Support for macOS Catalina (10.15)
  • Corrections to various problems, including:
    • Using non-executable math in document mode, where it sometimes became impossible to advance to a new line using Enter
    • Opening and saving .maple workbooks on some platforms
    • Applying numeric formatting to some quantities involving units
    • Several improvements to VectorCalculus
    • Improvements to select(), abs(), DeepLearning:-Classify, currentdir(), and others
    • Errors using Maplet-based interactive assistants in non-English environments
    • Difficulties recognizing certain license files on Windows relying on DISK_SERIAL_NUM
  • Updated versions of supporting libraries: Python 3.7.4, ICU 64.2, curl 7.66.0, boot 1.71, Microsoft Visual Studio redistributable 2019
  • Updated Japanese translations
  • Support for MapleSim 2019.2

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9 Maple Reviews

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Ratti
07 May 2014

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Maple does not cost $2. Cheapes is a student license $100.
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Version 18.01
Ratti
07 May 2014
Maple does not cost $2. Cheapes is a student license $100.
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Version 18.01
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86fredhoo
86fredhoo
01 June 2015
I'm better using Maple in cloud, it's concinient and not so expensive. https://www.apponfly.com/en/application/maple?KAI
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myschizobuddy-1
26 November 2010
Maple 14 has already been launched and macupdate only has Maple 13.
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Version 13.02
Mark-Everitt
04 September 2008
I only commented before but now I'm reviewing. I've had the misfortune of using maple 12 due to some legacy files and I'm actually shocked. The interface simply doesn't work. There is no undo! And apparently matrices no longer obey A+B = B+A (I did check element by element). If I need help then clicking on the help menu works maybe 50% of the time, and when it does it takes at least 20 seconds to appear. This is the biggest load of **** I've used in a long time. You have two reasonable options: a) Use SAGE. (see my reviews) b) Use Mathematica if you don't mind the cost. It may be as ugly as sin but at least it works.
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Version 12.0
Georgeslegrand
17 June 2008
Maple 12 is even worse than the previous versions. Very slow on a Mac G5 2GB DRAM; basically unusable. Terrible interface and terrible documentation. Stay away from it if you can. Mathematica is better, but it also affected by the bloated software syndrome. Consider using the open-source SAGE package for serious work; it is getting better by the day.
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Version 12.0
Mark-Everitt
19 May 2008
I'm not sure about one star; Maple's works well enough for me for a while. It's interface is a bit crappy. It looks nice and clean on the surface, but just try to copy and paste stuff! Anyway, I prefer SAGE. It's a relative newcomer, but it's extremely good and free! It's development has been extraordinary. Amongst it's benefits are that it uses a web browser for the interface (and it even typesets better than Maple), it allows easy collaborative use, it comes as a nice compiled package that you just drag and drop (no installer) and it incorporates Python, so you can actually program properly in it. You can even use stereoscopic glasses to view 3D plots in 3D! http://www.sagemath.org/
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Version 12.0
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MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
19 May 2008
Thanks for the tip about SAGE, now posted to MacUpdate: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/27562/sage
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Version 12.0
Mark-Everitt
Mark-Everitt
19 May 2008
Thanks! :D
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Version 12.0
Pippil
27 February 2008
Maple has fallen further and further behind Mathematica since Maple 6. Slow, buggy with few significant new features. Time to get off this train!
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Version 11.0.2
Hervé-5
17 December 2006
I come back here after an earlier post: now Intel-compatible, this version 10 really is a great step compared to my previous v.9. Ease of use is improved too even for the occasional user, and the extreme formal math strength (compared to e.g. Mathematica) is now indeed paired with really good interfaces (UI, instant and extensive help system, importing, exporting etc.) plus it flies on an intel ;-) last point: a very reactive and helpful dedicated newsgroup: comp.soft-sys.math.maple
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Version 10.06
Mark-Everitt
01 November 2006
Maple is now slow. Labels on tabs and panels have gone. It crashes constantly. Has anyone else had these problems? This is not isolated, as I uninstalled and tried an install on my macbook too.
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Version 10.06
Hervé-5
28 March 2006
Sadly, this new release is still not Intel-compiled... All the best for Maple however, and patiently waiting :-)
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Version 10.03
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