Our Tutorials For Web Publishing

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This page contains tutorials that will help you to learn the basics of Mathematica and Maple and to use both programs to publish on the web. We have not included a tutorial on how to use MathView™ because we found it to be unstable on the Macintosh platform we were using. In order to use the Mathematica tutorials, you will either have to own a copy of Mathematica 3.0 on your hard drive or download a copy of Math Reader 3.0 (free!) from the Mathematica web site. For more information on how to get one of these please go to the set-up page.

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bullet Mathematica Tutorials

  • If you want to learn how to use Mathematica and have never used it before, please click here to start the "How to make a Mathematica Notebook Tutorial."
  • To learn more about the Mathematica Notebook Cell click here.
  • To learn how to input math in Mathematica click here.
  • To learn more about the additional features of Mathematica, please click here.
  • To practice creating your own notebook in Mathematica and putting it up on the web, please click here.

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bullet Maple Tutorials

  • If you have never used Maple Version 5 before, then please click here to go to the "How to make a Maple Worksheet Tutorial."
  • To learn how to put a title in a notebook please click here.
  • To learn how to input an expression in Maple please click here.
  • To learn how to use the cell hierarchy in Maple please click here.
  • To learn how to put your notebooks on the web please click here.

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