[IPython-dev] IPython circuit editing widget

Nikolas Tezak ntezak at stanford.edu
Tue Jul 15 21:15:29 EDT 2014

Thanks guys, I have updated and cleaned up the package quite a bit today, and added a proper BSD license statement!

@Erik, your package is interesting! Have you seen my own QNET package yet? 
Between your package, sympy’s quantum physics module (which Robert Johansson from QuTiP has been extending) and my own package there seems to be significant overlap. Maybe we could join forces and create one really nice quantum algebra package (and include that with sympy). I was already talking about this with Brian Granger at SciPy.
If you’d like more information on how to customize the visual layout and representation of the components and ports, let me know!



On Jul 14, 2014, at 3:14 PM, Erik Bray <erik.m.bray at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 5:11 PM, Nikolas Tezak <ntezak at stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>> here's a link to the visual circuit editing / schematic capture widget in the notebook I presented at SciPy today.
>> It’s still pretty rough and I’m not exactly proud of my JS skills but it already works pretty well!
>> Maybe someone else can reuse this if they are creating a complex SVG based interactive widget.
>> The repo
>> https://github.com/ntezak/cirq
>> The talk
>> https://conference.scipy.org/scipy2014/schedule/presentation/1743/
>> If anybody is interested I can make my slides available somewhere, too.
>> Best,
> That looks very cool!  I don't know how I missed this at SciPy.  I
> will have to see if I can adapt this for use in my PyQC package [1]
> where interactive circuit editing is a big want (currently circuits
> are just displayed as static images rendered from LaTeX.  I'll let you
> know how it goes once I get around to it.
> Thanks,
> Erik
> [1] https://bitbucket.org/embray/pyqc
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