Our Mathematics Notebooks
 Here is a collection of notebooks we made using Mathematica, Maple and MathView™. In these notebooks we have attempted to create similar notebooks in each of the three software applications in order to illustrate the relative capabilities of the these applications. Note: In order to view most of the notebooks listed on this page you will have to go the the set-up page, install some helper applications and plug-ins, and configure your web browser. If you have already done this then proceed.
 Mathematica 3.0 Notebooks Graphs of 1 and 2-Variable Functions using Mathematica: Look at this notebook to see how Mathematica presents information. Then compare Mathematica's presentation to Maple's and MathView™'s in the similar notebooks listed below. Finding the Extrema and Inflection Points of a Function: See how Mathematica can aid you in presenting and teaching mathematical concepts. Compare this to a similar notebook in Maple listed below. Approximations of functions using Taylor Polynomials: View our notebooks on finding approximations for functions using Taylor Polynomials. Compare this to a similar notebook created using Maple. These notebooks are still under construction.
 Maple Notebooks Graphs of 1 and 2-Variable Functions using Maple: Look at this notebook to see how Maple presents information. Then compare Maple's presentation to Mathematica's and MathView™'s in the similar notebooks listed on this page. Finding the Extrema and Inflection Points of a Function: See how Maple can aid you in presenting and teaching mathematical concepts. Compare this to the similar notebook in Mathematica listed above. Approximations of functions using Taylor Polynomials: View our notebooks on finding approximations for functions using Taylor Polynomials. Compare this to the similar notebook created using Mathematica. These notebooks are still under construction.
 MathView™ Notebooks* Graph of a 1-Variable Function using MathView: Look at this notebook to see how MathView™ presents information. Then compare MathView™'s presentation to similar notebooks in Maple and Mathematica listed above. Graph of a 2-Variable Parametric Function: View MathView™'s presentation of a 2-variable function, and compare it to the presentation of the same function in Mathematica and Maple listed above. A Simple 1-Variable Function: View a 1-variable function created using MathView™. MathView™ is not capable of approximating functions using Taylor Polynomials. *When viewing MathView™ notebooks, you can make changes to the functions and automatically view the results right on the web. For more information on the interactivity and downloading capabilities of MathView™, Maple, and Mathematica, see the Web-Based Capabilities page.
 For tutorials on how to create notebooks and web-pages like the ones above, go to the Tutorials page.