Items tagged with application


The Lattice package to investigate particle accelerator magnet lattices (original post) has been updated to V1.1. This is a significant update, addressing a number of inaccuracies and bugs of V1.0 as well as introducing new elements: Octupole, Fringe effect in dipoles, a MatchedSection allowing to insert a piece of beamline when the details are irrelevant, and a few experimental elements like WireQuad. New functions include the 6th synchrotron-radiation integral I6x, momentum compaction alphap and TaylorMap, which allows to compute the Taylor expansion of  the non-linear map to any degree.

The code and documentation are available in the Application Center.

U. Wienands, aka Mac Dude


We just posted a submission to the Maple Application Center that I thought people might be interested in. Mathematics for Chemistry isn't a typical application - it's an e-book, written in Maple by J.F. Ogilvie. It covers both standard mathematics topics chemistry students are expected to know,  such as calculus and linear algebra, as well as chemistry-specific topics like chemical equilbrium, quantum chemistry, and nuclear-magnetic-resonance spectra.

There's lots of interesting content on the Application Center, and the range of topics is always fascinating, but it's not every day I see an entire e-book come across my desk(top)!

If you are interested, you can find it on the Application Center, here: Mathematics for Chemistry


With this application the components of the acceleration can be calculated. The components of the acceleration in scalar and vector of the tangent and the normal. In addition to the curvilinear kinetics in polar coordinates. It can be used in different engineers, especially mechanics, civilians and more.

In Spanish.

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Ambassador of Maple




I am new in Maple and I would like to create some worksheets and applications based on ones found already on the Maple sites. Is there any way to see how they have been created? To see and modify the coding where necessary? Your help would be highly appreciated. Thank you for your support.

So I have the following:

And I want to create an animation similar to something like:

Not necesarily 3D. Just the interative slider part. 

I want to create a slider that adjusts the value of the exponent k1 (from the red curve) from 1 to say, 1000. 

I also want it to show the corresponding value of  G[1] on the application.

I'm sure its pretty simple, it's just that I have no idea where to start.


In the present work it has been shown how Maple helps in the teaching of Mathematics in the different subjects that it has. Using a Maple worksheet as if it were a class preparation notebook could develop problems such as: Vector Analysis, EDO, EDP, Statistics, Algebra, Geometry, etc., among others; Taking as a method of solution the clickable-mathpopup, the right click (contextual) or at best embedded components. No criteria or prerequisite is needed to use Maple; Rather than being willing to forget the traditional slate and down and replace it with dynamic leaves that maple offers us; To achieve excellent academic profiles both individually and in groups. The proprietary methods are used to develop applications (math-apps) being a professional criterion; That is to say, according to the problematic reality, we are looking for enduring interactive solutions. Here we use the graphical algorithm and the block diagram as a solution proposal but not as something obligatory to implement solutions. We take as a teaching-learning measure the results of our students in the ability to analyze and interpret the results; Since in the times of calculation; Maple helps tremendously; Opening up this way to train students competent in basic sciences and engineering.



In Spanish

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Ambassador of Maple - Perú



I'd like to bring up all the Maple 2016 applications from the application center.

How do I do that?

in real practice, 

what is application of the cycles in algcurves[homology] ?

is there any book teaching about the use of this function in maple?

It is very important that you learn to pose and solve equations in practical problems. Ernest Mach, a famous scientist of the nineteenth century, said that algebra is characterized by a lightening of mind, because the solution of a problem, after building the equation, you can "forget" all the practical situation to focus on the mathematical expression; everything that is not necessary to solve the problem no longer interfere with your mind. Another famous scientist, Isaac Newton, wrote that the language of algebra is the equation. To see a problem concerning abstract relations of numbers or amounts, simply translate the problem of colloquial language to the algebraic language. Here I leave the application for first order equations developed in 2016 Maple.

(In Spanish)

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Ambassador of Maple - Perú


        General description of the method of solving underdetermined systems of equations. As a particular application of the idea proposed a universal method  kinematic analysis for all kinds of  spatial and planar link mechanisms with any number degrees of freedom.  The method can be used for powerful CAD linkages.   


      Some examples of a much larger number calculated by the proposed method. Examples gathered here not to look for them on the forum and opportunity to demonstrate the method.  Among the examples, I think, there are very complicated.



Since it's not every day we receive submission to the Maple Application Center that have words like "quantum entanglement" (and "teleportation"!) in the title, I thought I'd share this one:

Matrix Representation of Quantum Entangled States: Understanding Bell's Inequality and Teleportation



Maple tech support sent me a third party application for my Maple 2016 to solve a problem that I'm working on. I was instructed to copy and paste a few items from the download: "to your "<maple>/lib" folder" Unfortunately I cannot access "lib" in my Maple "Applications" folder on my OS X MacBook Pro.

This is what Maple Tech Support sent me:

"Another option you may want to look into is the "DirectSearch" package (which is third-party, and not supported by us), which would need to be downloaded from the Maplesoft Application Centre:




There is a function "GlobalOptima()", which allows one to search for a global minimum to the objective function, as opposed to a local minimum like commands such as "LSSolve()". To install, you can extract the files "DirectSearch.mla", "", and "DirectSearch.hdb" to your "<maple>/lib" folder."


Any suggestions?

I have downloaded and trying to run the application "Traveling Salesman Problem" by Bruno Guerrieri:

However, the animations do not work properly. Instead of the animations, I get series of sets of plots. Each such set consists of four plots: one with a green edge, one with a blue edge, one with blue edges, and one with points (nodes).

I guess, it happens because of a new version of maple: the application was created in 2008 for Maple 12, and I use Maple 2015.

Could anybody, please, tell me what exactly should I change in the code so that it will work properly?

Any help will be very much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance!


This Application uses the xrite color checker to obtain Forward and Color Matrices as defined by Adobe.

It compares the camera gamut based on the above matrices to the 1931 Standard Observer using LEDs.




Valery Ochkov and Volodymyr Voloshchuk have developed a series of thermal engineering applications in Maple 2016. The applications explore steam turbine power generation and refrigeration cycles, and use the ThermophysicalData package for fluid properties.

Their work can be found at the following locations on the Application Center.

I especially like

  • this application, which optimizes the extraction pressures of a steam turbine to maximize its efficiency,
  • and this application, which plots the state of a two-stage refrigeration cycle on a pressure-enthalpy chart.

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