Submitted by Miles V. Aronnax on Thu, 07/03/2008 - 04:09

Not exclusively for physics students, but it was created with me and my ilk in mind. The primer is a Maple document (also available as a PDF), which shows how to use the simple functions in Maple that most physics students would need.

If you'd prefer Ross L. Spencer's *Maple for Physics Students: Complete Set of Lessons*, you can download that from Maplesoft.com's site.

If you are some sort of lunatic who prefers Mathematica, I don't have a primer for you, but you can download the workbooks from Robert Zimmerman & Fredrick Olness's *Mathematica for Physics* (click the "Individual Files" link). I would caution that these workbooks would probably be more understandable with the accompanying text (ISBN-13: 978-0805387001).

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Quick Maple Primer.mw | 74.8 KB |

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