The Set-Up Required to View Our Mathematical Notebooks

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This page guides you on how to set-up your computer to view our notebooks and tutorials. There are different set-ups and configurations required to view our Maple, Mathematica and MathView™ notebooks.

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Maple's Logo Maple 5 Release V

  • In order to view Maple notebooks and tutorials, you do not have to have any kind of special reader on your computer. As long as you have a web browser that can display graphics, you can read any Maple document on the web. To find out more about Maple go to The Maple Web-site.
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Mathematica 
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  • In order to view Mathematica notebooks, you either have to have your own copy of Mathematica 3.0 or you have to download a free copy of MathReader 3.0 from the Mathematica Web-Site. You then have to configure your browser to open up either Mathematica or MathReader (whichever you have) whenever it encounters Mathematica notebooks on the web. Click here to go to our Mathematica set-up page to find out how to obtain MathReader 3.0 and how to configure your browser to view Mathematica notebooks. To find our more about Mathematica 3.0 and MathReader 3.0 go to The Mathematica Web-Site.
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MathView Logo MathView™

  • In order to view MathView™ notebooks, you need to have the MathView™ Internet plug-in and then must configure your browser to use that plug-in to view MathView™ notebooks every time you want to view one on the web. This plug-in is available free from the Waterloo Maple Web-Site. Click here to go to our MathView™ set-up page to find out how to obtain the Internet plug-in for MathView™ and how to configure your web browser to view MathView™ notebooks. To find out more about MathView™ and the MathView™ Internet plug-in, go to LiveMath Web-Site.

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