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README.md

QuTiP Lectures as IPython notebooks

Quantum mechanics and quantum optics lectures and demonstrations using QuTiP. For more information about QuTiP, see

http://qutip.googlecode.com

To open these notebooks in IPython, download the files to a directory on your computer and from that directory run:

$ ipython notebook

This will open a new page in your browser with a list of the available notebooks.

Online read-only versions

Use the following links: