Download the tutorials

Once you have installed QuCumber, we recommend going through our tutorial that is divided into two parts.

  1. Training a wave function to reconstruct a positive-real wave function (i.e. no phase) from a transverse-field Ising model (TFIM) and then generating new data.

  2. Training an wave function to reconstruct a complex wave function (i.e. with a phase) from a simple two qubit random state and then generating new data.

We have made interactive python notebooks that can be downloaded (along with the data required) here. Note that the linked examples are from the most recent stable release (relative to the version of the docs you’re currently viewing), and may not match the examples shown in the following pages. It is recommended that you refer to documentation for the latest stable release:

If you wish to simply view the static, non-interactive notebooks, continue to the next page of the documentation.

Alternatively, you can view interactive notebooks online at: BinderBadge, though they may be slow.