Resources

qcircuit – Quantum Circuit Drawing for LaTeX

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Originally developed by Bryan Eastin and Steve Flammia while at CQuIC, qcircuit or Qcircuit has become a commonly used tool to draw quantum circuits in LaTeX.

Recently, a group of students have decided to try and re-boot the qcircuit effort in order to enhance functionality and improve ease of use. Check out their GitHub repository to learn more or to help contribute!

 

Obtaining q-circuit

You can download the source tex file for q-circuit via this link. Alternatively, you can install qcircuit in your TeX distribution via the CTAN package qcircuit.

Documentation for qcircuit is available via the GitHub repository. Issues and suggestions can go to the GitHub issue tracker.

Notes/Tutorials

Internal reports by Carlton M. Caves on a variety of topics: http://info.phys.unm.edu/~caves/reports/reports.html

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