September 30, 2022

Category: Quantum Garage

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Python interface to SwissQuantumPi Quantum Simulator

As you know, the core of the SwissQuantumPi simulator has been written in R language. R provides a lot of advantages in terms of performance, code quality and available scientific libraries. But it can be hard and dry for the regular programmer and most of quantum geeks are rather Python addicts. Moreover there are a […]

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SwissQuantumPi: Introducing QCSimulator

The code for the QCSimulator package is also available at Github QCSimulator. QCSimulator is also on CRAN. Thanks to Tinniam. The first you have to do is to install the QCSimulator R Package. As it’s on CRAN, it’s as easy in R as an apt-get in Debian: If you get the message: Answer ‘yes’ twice. Take […]

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SwissQuantumPi: Installation of R

First, we have to get the version of R available in the Raspbian repo. Wait a little bit, the package size is more than 60 MB. With a clean new Raspian installation, you should have no error message. If you get any error, please burn a new MicroSD card with a fresh Raspbian image. Then […]

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SwissQuantumPi: Configuring SSH

To remotely access to your Raspberry Pi, you need to enable SSH first. Follow the steps below to learn how to enable SSH on your Raspberry Pi without a screen. We will also show you how to find the IP address of your Raspberry Pi and how to open a SSH connection. You’ll need a SSH […]

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