On this page we list a number of projects that are affiliated with or makes use of QCoDeS in some way or another.
If you would like to get your project featured here please submit a
pull request adding your project to this page.
The page is located at
docs\community\related_projects.rst within the QCoDeS
QCoDeS contrib drivers
QCoDeS contrib drivers is a collection of drivers for many different instruments developed by the community. If you have developed a driver that your wish to share with the community this is the ideal place for it.
Broadbean is a library for making pulses. Intended to be used with QCoDeS (and in particular its Tektronix AWG 5014 driver)
Plottr is a framework for inspecting data, based on flowcharts from pyqtgraph. plottr’s main aim is to allow the user to define custom data processing flows and plotting. A particular use case is data filtering and plotting. Plottr has dedicated support for plotting QCoDeS datasets.
The Zurich Instruments drivers for QCoDeS (zhinst-qcodes) is a package of instrument drivers for devices produced by Zurich Instruments for QCoDeS. The QCoDeS instrument drivers are based on the Zurich Instruments Toolkit.
A Python-based measurement environment for circuit-QED experiments by the DiCarlo group at QuTech, Delft University of Technology. This module is build on top of QCoDeS and is not intended as a stand-alone package.
qtt (Quantum Technology Toolbox)
Quantum Technology Toolbox (QTT) is a Python-based framework for the tuning and calibration of quantum dots and spin qubits. QTT is the framework on which you can base your measurement and analysis scripts. QTT is based on Qcodes and the SciPy ecosystem.
Quantify is a Python-based framework that enables quantum computing users to program hybrid gate-level / pulse-level physics experiments, in a hardware-agnostic manner through quantify-scheduler, and to automate data acquisition and execution of these experiments with quantify-core.