What is Maple?
Maple is a modern computer algebra system suitable for numerous usecases.
Please refer to https://www.maplesoft.com for further details and software documentation.
License Terms and Usage Conditions
The LRZ governs a Campus agreement with MapleSoft. Access to Maple can be provided to following institutions:
Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities
- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)
- Technical University of Munich (TUM)
- University of Applied Sciences Munich (HM)
Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences
Please consult https://www.lrz.de/services/swbezug/ for details on licensing.
At LRZ Maple is available on the login nodes of both the Linux Cluster and SuperMUC-NG. Currently, we do not permit the execution of Maple batch jobs on compute nodes.
On LRZ HPC systems, you may list all available Maple versions:
Maple can be used by loading its module. We highly recommend to choose a particular – better: the newest – version, e. g.:
Start Maple without GUI (recommended option):
Start Maple with GUI: