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Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter

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Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter

The aim of the Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter package is to provide export functions allowing users to deploy established error-robust quantum control protocols from the open literature and defined in Q-CTRL Open Controls on Rigetti quantum hardware and simulators.

Anyone interested in quantum control is welcome to contribute to this project.

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Installation

Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter can be installed through pip or from source. We recommend the pip distribution to get the most recent stable release. If you want the latest features then install from source.

Requirements

To use Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter you will need an installation of Python. We recommend using the Anaconda distribution of Python. Anaconda includes standard numerical and scientific Python packages which are optimally compiled for your machine. Follow the Anaconda Installation instructions and consult the Anaconda User guide to get started.

We use interactive jupyter notebooks for our usage examples. The Anaconda python distribution comes with editors for these files, or you can install the jupyter notebook editor on its own.

Using PyPi

Use pip to install the latest version of Q-CTRL pyQuil Adapter.

pip install qctrl-pyquil

From Source

The source code is hosted on Github. The repository can be cloned using

git clone git@github.com:qctrl/python-pyquil.git

Once the clone is complete, you have two options:

  1. Using setup.py

    cd python-pyquil
    python setup.py develop
    

    Note: We recommend installing using develop to point your installation at the source code in the directory where you cloned the repository.

  2. Using Poetry

    cd python-pyquil
    ./setup-poetry.sh
    

    Note: if you are on Windows, you'll need to install Poetry manually, and use:

    cd python-pyquil
    poetry install
    

Once installed via one of the above methods, test your installation by running pytest in the python-pyquil directory.

pytest

Usage

See the Jupyter notebooks.

Contributing

For general guidelines, see Contributing.

Building documentation

Documentation generation relies on Spinx. Automated builds are done by Read The Docs.

To build locally:

  1. Ensure you have used one of the install options above.

  2. Execute the make file from the docs directory:

    If using Poetry:

    cd docs
    poetry run make html
    

    If using setuptools:

    cd docs
    # Activate your virtual environment if required
    make html
    

The generated HTML will appear in the docs/_build/html directory.

Credits

See Contributors.

License

See LICENSE.

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