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As this community seems to be developing quite nicely, I thought it might be nice to figure out where the users of Maple are. So I have created a Maple map
, a new community mapping service. Add yourself!
You can now use Google code search
to look only at source files. Right now, Mathematica
is handled natively (as the drop down on the advanced page
shows), but one can still get to maple files by specifying
as a work around.
While it can also be used to search plain text files (to search
files) as well as XML (i.e.
files), it is less clear how effective searching in those types of documents would be.
People seem to have taken to posting to the Google Code Search Group
to ask for their favourite missing language.
I have to press 'login' twice to get the navigation bar on the LHS to show me as 'logged in'. This has been happening to me for about a month now, and it is irritating.
I am using Firefox 184.108.40.206 on Windows XP.
And Google strikes again. They now have a Curriculum search
that is just perfect for hunting down Maple-related resources. Looks like it needs a littel fine-tuning, but it definitely shows promise!
My daily routine involves a look at what's new in academic Math via the ArXiv
(through the convenient Front interface
at UC-Davis), and in academic CS via the lesser-known Computing Research Repository
. Actually, I use the nice feature both have to have an email (with links) sent to me every weekday with new posts in my areas of interest.