Maple 2018 is now available for installation through the software center and from the share \\ditto\rc\Maple
The license only supports the last three versions of Maple, so right now Maple 2016, 2017 and 2018 are the only working versions.
The new features of this version are outlined in this webinar recording.
MATLAB R2018a is now available through the Software Center. It will be made available through the “ditto” file repository soon. MathWorks has information on the new features on its highlights page and release notes. Please contact email@example.com for details on this release. Continue reading
Wolfram Mathematica 11.3 is now available for install through the Software Center, or through the software site ditto.usask.ca. Continue reading
If you use a managed Windows computer on campus, you can now install most site licensed programs a little easier with the “Software Center“.
For Macintosh users, there is another software installation service – “Self Service”
Note that there are conditions to using these services.
The latest version of Stata, one of the major commercial statistics programs, is available for use on the University of Saskatchewan network. Continue reading
If you have installed the 11.1.0 version of Mathematica, please deinstall it and install the new version 11.1.1. There are over 100 bugfixes and performance improvements in the new release:
This can be found at:
The newest version of Mathematica, 11.1.0, is now available on the software distribution server, ditto.usask.ca. Installation kits are available for Windows, Linux and MacOS. Continue reading
NVivo is qualitative analysis software used extensively on campus. ICT, through the Campus Computer Store and Research Computing, in partnership with the Social Sciences’ Research Lab support NVivo on campus. Continue reading
MATLAB R2016a is now available for install. Please contact your local I.T. support staff for assistance with the install.
The new features of this release of MATLAB are described at the MathWorks site. A more concise list is available in the release notes.
People across campus have been using OriginLab’s Origin and OriginPro software for publication quality graphs for a long time. Unfortunately, some of the installs of Origin are quite old. ICT can now provide access to current versions this software to campus researchers. Continue reading