Mathematics Software

Magma

On the Linux Servers: ssh

On a command line, type:

magma

Maple

On your Linux Workstation:

On a command line, type:

maple

or:

xmaple

Or in the start menu, go to: Mathematics->Maple

or:

Mathematics->Xmaple

Mathematica

On your Linux Workstation:

On a command line, type:

mathematica for the graphical interface,

Or type:

wolfram for the text-based interface,

Or in the start menu, go to: Mathematics->Mathematica

On your personal machine:
If you are using Mathematica on campus through the site license, you can request a home-use license for
your personal machine here:
http://url.wolfram.com/45LiTeg/

You'll need your organization's site license number, which you
can get from your on-campus installation of Mathematica (select
"Help" > "About Mathematica")

At the prompt, type $ActivationKey for the activation key
Or type $LicenseID for the License number

Matlab

On your Linux Workstation:

On a command line, type:

matlab

Or in the start menu, go to: Mathematics->Matlab

Sage

Sage is an open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica and Matlab.

On your Linux Workstation:

Run 'sage' on the command line