This page contains links to some programs I have written for research and teaching, and
also links to programs that others have written that I find useful in my courses or just
Ken Monks's Software
I revise this software periodically, so check here once in a while for the latest
Maple Classroom Demos
- Maple does Geometry - a short worksheet demonstrating some
of the uses of Maple in an undergraduate course in geometry.
- Maple does Modern Algebra - a short worksheet demonstrating some
of the uses of Maple in a first course in Modern Algebra.
- Maple does Calculus
- classroom demonstrations an for a second semester course in Buisness
- RevSolid - makes animated plots of solids of revolution for use in calculus
Software for the TI-85 calculator
- Chaos85 - A program for the TI-85 calculator which
computes orbits and does graphical analysis for use in a course on chaos and fractals..
- Bifurcate85 - A tiny program for the TI-85 which
draws the bifurcation (orbit) diagram for the quadratic family of maps (Qc(x)=x²+c)
for use in a course on chaos and fractals.
AiM (Assessment in Mathematics)
Software by my Students and Friends
Explorer - by Nathan Carter. This amazing program helps students (and
faculty!) visualize finite groups.
- AFFINE - an IFS program (DOS) by
my former student, Mark Volchek. There is
also his documentation available in Word format. If you
want to install it on your computer you should download the
Other people's software
Fractals and Chaos software
Viewing Math on the Web