MaplePrimes Announcement

We are pleased to announce that the registration for the Maple Conference 2024 is now open.

Like the last few years, this year’s conference will be a free virtual event. Please visit the conference page for more information on how to register.

This year we are offering a number of new sessions, including more product training options and an Audience Choice session.
You can find an overview of the program on the Sessions page. Those who register before September 10th, 2024 will have a chance to vote for the topics they want to learn more about during the Audience Choice session.

We hope to see you there!

Featured Post

We have just released an update to Maple. Maple 2024.1 includes improvements to the math engine, PDF export, the Physics package, command completion, and more. As always, we recommend that all Maple 2024 users install this update. In particular, please note that this update includes fixes to ODESteps and simplifying integrals, as reported on Maple Primes. Thanks for helping us, and other users, by letting us know!

At the same time, we have also released an update to MapleSim. MapleSim 2024.1.1 includes improvements to FMU import/export, plotting, co-simulation, and more, as well as enhancements to the Web Handling Library.

These updates are available through Tools>Check for Updates in Maple or MapleSim, and are also available from the Download Product Updates section of our web site, where you can find more details.

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Maple Learn has so much to offer, but it can be tricky to know where to start! Even for those experienced with Maple Learn, sometimes, we miss an update with new features or fall out of practice with older ones. Luckily, we have the perfect solution for you–and it shows up right when you open your first document.

Introducing our brand-new Walkthrough Tutorial!



The tutorial covers all the main features of Maple Learn: from assigning functions, to using the Plot commands and Context Panel operations, all the way to creating your own visualizations with the Geometry commands. Stuck? Hints are provided throughout, or just click "Next" and the step will be completed automatically. 



If you're just starting out with Maple Learn, try the Beginner tutorial and work up to Advanced. This will introduce you to a holistic view of Maple Learn's capabilities along with some Maple Learn terminology. If you have some experience, starting with the Beginner tutorial is still a great option, but you may wish to begin with the Intermediate and Advanced tutorials. The Intermediate and Advanced sections cover how to use newer features of Maple Learn and you might discover something you haven't seen before!

How do I access the tutorial?

The tutorial will automatically launch when you open a new document. Head to and click "Open new document".



If the tutorial doesn't open automatically, it may have been disabled. You can manually open it by clicking the "Help" button in the top right, then clicking "Walkthrough Tutorial". 

There you have it! I had been using Maple Learn for the past few months and only recently discovered these two incredible features:


Silencing Groups (Intermediate - 6/7)


Live Sessions (Advanced - 6/6)


I found these features thanks to the Walkthrough Tutorial and my experience on Maple Learn hasn't been the same since! The Walkthrough Tutorial is a great introduction for new users, and a quick refresher for experts, but isn't the end of exploring Maple Learn's capabilities. See our How to Use Maple Learn ( collection and our Getting Started with Maple Learn ( video for more. You can also challenge The Treasure of Maple Learn ( – a collection of documents designed to gamify exploring Maple Learn's features. Check out our blog post on The Case of the Mysterious Treasure - MaplePrimes to learn more about this collection. 

Hope you enjoy our new tutorial and let us know what you think!

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