I have a 36 by 36 matrix that I need to include in a statistics paper. I have the matrix in Maple (can be exported to Excel or Matlab), but I want it in "tex"-style inside my paper and in a small version (i.e., so it can fit on one page).

Is this possible?

Currently my (poor) solution is to print it out in Maple, zoom out so I can see everything, and then make an image of it. This can fit on one page, but quality-wise, it looks very bad, and it doesn't look latexified either.

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    Surely Maple does support more than Excel and Matlab? – wilx May 26 '16 at 11:13
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    in amsmath, matrices are limited by default to 10 columns, but this can be reset with \MaxMatrixCols=36 (or maybe a few more, just to be safe). then you many need to use \scalebox (from the graphicx package) to shrink the result to fit within the margins. – barbara beeton May 26 '16 at 14:24

It seems to me that Maple does support LaTeX. There seems to be two options:

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