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Maplesoft Maple for Mac

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  • Latest Version

    Maplesoft Maple 2023.2 LATEST

  • Review by

    Juan Garcia

  • Operating System

    macOS 10.15 Catalina or later

  • User Rating

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  • Author / Product

    Maplesoft / External Link

  • Filename

    Maple2023.MacUpgrade.dmg

Maplesoft Maple for Mac is a symbolic and numeric computing environment and multi-paradigm programming language software that enables students, educators, researchers to gain incredible insights in all aspects of technical computing, including visualization, data analysis, matrix computation, and connectivity. Used today all around the world for education, engineering and research purposes, this award-winning software and service package for advanced system simulation, calculation management, and systems engineering has proven to be one of the best possible software solutions for computer algebra systems and numeric computation that you could ever require.

Maple for macOS combines the elements of the most powerful math engine available today in a commercial product with a streamlined interface that promotes easy exploration of mathematical concepts, analysis of math theories, visualization of tasks of all complexities, and your sure way of finding solutions to even most difficult mathematical problems.

Today, Maplesoft Maple is used in Fortune 500 companies as one of their core tools for quick and accurate problem solving and in-depth analysis of new mathematical expressions. Its intuitive interface is also fully suitable for the education environment, where teachers can quickly introduce, showcase and provide unique teaching experience to their students. Newcomers can take quick advantage of the ready-made components for easy integration of underlying algorithms and routines, while advanced users can expand capabilities of the app with their own modules and custom algorithms written in a multi-paradigm programming language that can handle all aspects of Maple, including (but not limited to) complex numbers, interval arithmetic, differential algebra, matrix manipulation, statistics models, probability and combinatoric functions, number theory tools, symbolic tensor functions, parallel programming and more.

Originally presented to the public in distant 1982, this famous math software has gone through more than 50 major iterations. Its latest version can be purchased under several available licenses (Academic, Professional, Student, and Individual), but it can be also be tested for FREE with a 15-day TRIAL.

Features and Highlights
  • Comprehensive suite for analyzing, exploring, visualizing and solving complex math, engineering and computation problems.
  • Support for combined numeric and symbolic computations.
  • Advanced analysis tools for all types of mathematical equations.
  • Support for mathematics and traditional mathematical notation, custom interfaces, and multi-paradigm programming language.
  • Built-in components for easy integration of underlying algorithms and routines.
  • The perfect tool for students, educators, and researchers.
  • Used extensively in Fortune 500 companies located all around the world.
  • Modest Mac system requirements.
  • Accessible under multiple premium licenses.
  • Available for FREE via a 15-day trial.
Also Available: Download Maple for Windows

What's new in this version:

Maplesoft Maple 2023.2
- Added strikethrough to the of available character styles
- Added new unit system: Inch–Pound–Second (IPS)
- Improved behavior when editing or deleting subscripts
- Fixed "match whole word only" feature of find/replace
- Improved mouse selection of piecewise functions and the contents vectors/matrices
- Introduced a client-side timeout feature when connected to a network license server
- Updates to Physics package
- Support for MapleSim 2023.2


Maplesoft Maple 2023.1
- Improvements to the Plot Builder interactive assistant
- Corrected an issue with the import of Excel files
- Fixes some issues related to exports when the Color Bar option is used
- Improvements to the math engine, including to Quantifier Elimination and Group Theory
- Improved performance after a period of inactivity
- Updates to the Physics package
- Support for MapleSim 2023.1

General engine improvements by updating to more recent versions of various supporting libraries:
- curl 8.0.1
- libxml2 2.10.3
- zlib 1.2.13


Maplesoft Maple 2023
- Change log not available for this version


Maplesoft Maple 2022.2
- Improved performance when saving large worksheets that use standard math notation in input
- Corrected a problem with programmatic updates to radio button components
- Enhancements to the Physics package
- Improvements to the math engine, including in GraphTheory, GroupTheory, simplify, and evaluation of integral expressions at a point
- Help page improvements for DeepLearning
- Improved the ThermophysicalData package by updating the underlying database to CoolProp v6.4.1
- Updated the Java platform to OpenJDK 18
- Support for MapleSim 2022.2

General engine improvements by updating to more recent versions of various supporting libraries:
- curl 7.85.0
- libxml2 2.10.2
- libxslt and libexslt 1.1.37
- sqlite 3.39.3
- zlib 1.2.12


Maplesoft Maple 2022.1
- Enhancements to the Plot Builder interactive assistant
- Improvements to the new Print Layout mode
- Improvements to the Student ODE package and Student context menus
- Tasks can now be easily deleted from the Task Palette (also known as the Snippets Palette) simply by right clicking on the button
- Enhancements to the Physics:-StandardModel package, including a new Lagrangian command
- Fixed an issue where certain 3-D plots could cause a crash on Ubuntu
- Fixed a font anti-aliasing issue with PDF exports
- Corrected problems with the Units:-Simple package
- Improvements to limit, evala, factor, asympt, and other mathematical operations
- Support for MapleSim 2022


Maplesoft Maple 2021.2
- Corrected an issue that sometimes caused Maple to hang when dragging a document onto the Maple window
- Fixed a plotting problem that was preventing legends and background images to be displayed on the same plot
- Improved the Notification system so that it always recognizes if you are already logged in to MapleCloud
- Ensured more robust start-up behavior on Windows 10
- Corrected problems with setting up a C++ compiler on Windows due to a missing .ini file
- Fixed an issue with creating a help database when the user’s file path includes special characters
- Improved image selection when setting up a Shortcut component
- Improved the behavior when using performing context menu operations on values with units while in Document mode
- Fixed a problem with using the combine command on double summations
- Enhanced the Physics package
- Updated the curl library to version 7.78.0.0
- Updated Java from version 15.0.1 to Java 17.0.0
- Support for MapleSim 2021.2 and Maple Flow 2021.2


Maplesoft Maple 2020.2
- Support for macOS 11.0 (Big Sur)
- Connectivity to MATLAB® 2020b
- Fixed an issue for users on Turkish operating systems where assigning a variable prevented the worksheet from executing
- Corrections to PDF export and printing of plots and plot components
- Fixed an issue when using relative paths in hyperlinks
- Updates and improvements to the Physics package
- Support for MapleSim 2020.2


Maplesoft Maple 2020.1
- Support for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)
- Connectivity to MATLAB 2020a
- Fixed an issue where opening certain Maple documents could cause Maple to launch with a blank screen
- Fixed an problem where lists could sometimes appear as sets
- Improved activation window text for high resolution monitors
- Corrections to PDF export
- Fixed an issue with SMTLIB on Windows
- Improvements to the Integration Methods Tutor
- Improvements to various math and language routines, including the DEtools package, lastexception, evalhf, VectorCalclulus[int]
- Russian language support
- Support for MapleSim 2020


Maplesoft Maple 2019.2
- 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)
- 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
- 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


Maplesoft Maple 2019.1
- The mathematics engine, including LPSolve, sum, statistics, and the Physics package
- Visualization, including annotations and the Plot Builder
- Export to PDF (related to freezing on export) and LaTeX (related to exporting output)
- ExcelTools import
- Network licensing
- Typesetting mathematical expressions
- MATLAB® connectivity, including improvements when calling Maple from MATLAB and support for MATLAB 2019a
- MapleCloud on Mac
- Worksheetdir and currentdir on restart
- Support for MapleSim 2019

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