What is New in Maple 2022?

From simple operations to advanced research, the new features in Maple 2022 are designed to make work easier, Maplesoft says.

From simple operations to advanced research, the new features in Maple 2022 are designed to make work easier, Maplesoft says.

Maple 2022 helps students practice solving more problems on their own with step-by-step solution tools for expression simplification and curve sketching. Image courtesy of Maplesoft.


Maplesoft unveils Maple 2022 with a number of new features to report.

Separate Signal from Noise

New signal processing tools let users create, combine and analyze signals in more ways, more efficiently.

Understanding the Universe

Maple’s environment for algebraic computations in physics offers enhanced tools for tackling problems in particle physics, general relativity and more.

Prepare for Print

Preparing documents for printing and PDF export is now easier with a new print layout mode.

Break It Down

Maple 2022 helps students practice solving more problems on their own with step-by-step solution tools for expression simplification and curve sketching.

Units Matter

New and improved tools for calculating and visualizing values involving units makes keeping track of units easier.

Creating and Sharing Content

Maple 2022 extends the tools for programmatically creating documents and interactive applications for Maple and Maple Learn.

Just Click and Plot

The enhanced Plot Builder makes it simpler to create illuminating plots and animations.

Making Connections

Jupyter fans can now access the mathematical power of Maple in their Jupyter and JupyterLab notebooks.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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