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How do I add Maple packages to the Extended Symbolic Math Toolbox?

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I would like to add Maple packages to the Extended Symbolic Math Toolbox.

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MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team on 27 Jun 2009
The procedure to add any package you wish to the Extended Symbolic Math Toolbox is as follows:
1. Find the package of interest. For example, you can find many additional packages at the following website:
2. Extract the files in a directory (for example d:\work\MaplePackage\)
3. Run the following code in MATLAB:
maple('libname := "D:/work/MaplePackage", libname:')
At this point, if you run the code:
mhelp packageName
you will see a list of functions available in that particular package.

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Wendy Fullam
Wendy Fullam on 12 Dec 2019
Edited: Wendy Fullam on 17 Dec 2019
If you are using MATLAB R2016a or later, you can do this without leaving MATLAB.
Whether you need additional toolboxes, apps, hardware support packages, or community submissions, you can easily browse and find what you’re looking for using the Add-On Explorer. Learn more here.
Add-ons extend the capabilities of MATLAB. Find add-ons for your task, no matter what you’re working on.
Try searching for "Maple"!

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