I'm a physicist and i've used Maple during my study (where it was common), but some people use Mathematica. Can anyone who has experience with both tell me if there are any big differences between the two? It seems to me that both are rather similar, unlike for instance Matlab which is more numerical and (small) programming-aimed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

p.s. there's no forum section on computer physics/math, and since i'm not interested in "pure" mathematics, but instead things like function manipulation, (system) DE sovling, etc etc. If any admin knows a better spot for this thread then by all means, do so.

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# Significant difference between Maple and Mathematica for physicists?

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