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Maple Flow is a new calculation tool from Maplesoft.
Maple Flow offers a freeform user interface combined with a comprehensive math ee. Use Maple Flow for eeering, scientific, and technical calculations and documentation
Maple Flow gives you
-A spatially aware mathematical canvas that replicates the design metaphor of a physical whiteboard
-Automatic recalculation to ensure that results are always up to date
-A broad, rich mathematical language with many functions
-Visually impactful, fully programmatic plots
-A coding region with full access to the Maple programming language
This manual describes
-The Maple Flow interface
-Differences with the Maple user interface and programming language that an existing Maple user may experience.
Math and Documentation
-Do calculations, write documentation and easily refine your work in an environment that does not feel like a programming tool or a spreadsheet.
Focus on your work, not the tool
-Place math, text, images, or plots wherever you wish, and reposition your work with the mouse or keyboard – Maple Flow keeps everything organized behind the scenes.
Tools across the entire spectrum of math, science and eeering
-Maple Flow contains all the powerful features that technical professionals expect in a calculation tool, with fast solvers, built-in units tracking, flexible plots, and more.
Mathematically Live Paper
Place math, text, plots, and images anywhere on your workspace. Easily move elements into position or reorganize them.
Position Detees Evaluation Order
Maple Flow reads and evaluates math from left to right and top to bottom.
Any changes you make to the math automatically cascade throughout the entire document, so results are always up to date.
Attractive, Engaging Documents
Maple Flow gives you a clean, uncluttered workspace that allows you to communicate your ideas clearly.
Based on the Maple Programming Language
You can use nearly all of Maple’s packages, including a full-featured units system.
Easy to Learn, Easy to Use
Maple Flow is the most advanced sheet of “paper” you’ll need to work on calculations. With a low learning curve, you can easily create new documents, debug your work, and lean on a comprehensive set of built-in application examples.