Organize your projects
The new Maple Workbook format keeps all related Maple documents, code files, and data together in a single file, and dependencies are automatically maintained when you share your work with others.
Solve even more mathematical problems
Solve even more mathematical problems, such as finding analytic solutions to new classes of partial differential equations with boundary conditions, constructing the transitive closure of graphs, finding the series and asymptotic expansions of hypergeometric functions, and much more.
Perform more operations at the click of a button
Use Clickable Math to perform new operations at the click of a button, from writing fractions as repeating decimals, to computing cross products and dot products in multivariate calculus, or even converting Maple code to the Julia programming language.
Easily create complex applications
Create even more complex interactive applications using the one-step app creation facility, Explore, then share them online through the MapleCloud.
Organize your data in meaningful structures
Take advantage of flexible and intuitive data frames to organize and analyze labeled data.
Let's get thermophysical!
Perform calculations with thermophysical properties of pure fluids, humid air and mixtures, generate customized psychrometric charts, and more.
Unleash your inner-Einstein
Search through over 900 solutions to Einstein's field equations for spacetime metrics with particular properties, and use these metrics in your general relativity computations.
Gain insight into your data
New statistical analysis and visualization tools allow you to gain insight into your data, including principal component analysis, heat maps, and more.
Parallelize your code
Leverage new high performance computing tools that analyze your code to detect barriers to safe parallelization and help you resolve them.
Help your students explore concepts
Maple 2016 includes new interactive Math Apps such as the Sieve of Eratosthenes, tessellations, and the area of a circle.