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Maple Resource Center
Welcome to the SUNY Empire Maple Resource Center. The purpose of this guide is to help you learn how to use Maple for your course work. The Maplesoft website and the Maple Portal installed with your Maple software on your computer contain much
Maple Help often seems un-helpful for the beginner. The reason is that Maple is a large and complex software program that supports a wide range of mathematics, much of it for engineering and scientific applications. That being said, one can still make good use of the Help documentation.
When the user clicks on the Help menu at the top of the Maple screen, there is a drop-down menu to first access the Maple Help system (shortcut is [ctrl+F1]. One can link to resources On the Web (this is worth checking out). Quick Referenceis a useful 2-page cheat-sheet.
The Maple Help entry takes the user to a help window to Search Topics to find out more about how to use a Maple command. Or one may use the Table of Contents to find content, explanations and examples. Click here for an example: Anatomy of a Help page
In addition to the Help menu, there is a Tools menu containing Assistants, Math Apps,Tutors and more to provide more specific problem-solving assistance.
Please note: If you need to request accommodations with content linked to on this guide or with your Maplesoft Software, on the basis of a disability, please contact Accessibility Resources and Services by emailing them at Disability.Services@esc.edu. Requests for accommodations should be submitted as early as possible to allow for sufficient planning. If you have questions, please visit the disability services website https://www.esc.edu/accessibility/