This page contains our collection of Jupyter (formerly IPython) notebooks for introducing and demonstrating features of QuTiP. Going through these notebooks should be a good way to get familiarized with the software. If you are new to scientific computing with Python, you might also find it useful to have a look at these IPython notebook Lectures on scientific computing with Python.
This are the tutorials for QuTiP Version 4. You can find the tutorials for QuTiP Version 5 here.
The following are the contents of this page:
These notebooks demonstrate and introduce specific functionality in QuTiP.
For a more in depth discussion see: Lectures on scientific computing with Python.
This section requires an additional package qutip-qip.
QobjEvo: time-dependent quantum objects
These lecture-style notebooks focus on particular quantum mechanics topics and analyze them numerically using QuTiP (some more detailed than others).
If you would like to contribute a notebook or report a bug, you may open an issue or pull request in the qutip-tutorials GitHub repository.
A few of the notebooks are still maintained in the repository qutip-notebooks and a complete archive of older versions of the tutorials is maintained there.