Qcodes is a Python-based data acquisition framework developed by the Copenhagen / Delft / Sydney / Microsoft quantum computing consortium.
The goal is a common framework for physics experiments, so:
new students don’t need to spend a long time learning software in order to participate in experiments
one has to write their own code only for pieces that are very specific to their own experiment
code can and should be contributed back to the framework
the process of moving between teams or labs, and of setting up a new experiment is streamlined
physics experiments can take advantage of modern software and best practices
- Getting Started
- Get Help
- User Guide
- Community Guide
- QCoDes API documentation
- qcodes.instrument_drivers package
- Examples of using QCoDeS
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