Installation from PyPI:
pip install dwave-ocean-sdk
For more information, see the Ocean documentation's installation page.
Sign up for the Leap quantum cloud service here: Leap signup.
Start learning with the following D-Wave resources:
- System Documentation to learn about quantum computers and how to use them.
- Getting Started with Ocean to install and start coding with Ocean software.
- dwave-examples for code examples and Jupyter Notebooks.
- Resource Library on D-Wave website for whitepapers and additional resources.
Example Quantum Program
bqm = dimod.generators.ran_r(1, 20)
sampler = dwave.system.EmbeddingComposite(dwave.system.DWaveSampler())
sampleset = sampler.sample(bqm, num_reads=100)
The left side of the visualized solution represents the problem's variables as circles, with white dots for variables assigned values of -1 and blue dots for values of +1; the colors of the connecting lines represent values of the quadratic coefficients for each pair of variables. The right side shows the qubits representing these variables on a quantum processing unit.
Find support here:
- Leap user community to converse with a large community of D-Wave users.
- Leap help center to search the Leap knowledge base.
- SDK GitHub repo to open issues or request features on the Ocean SDK or on any one of its packages.
Your contributions are welcome!
Ocean's contributing guide has guidelines for contributing to Ocean packages.
Released under the Apache License 2.0. See LICENSE file.