Typically you use the
show() function on a
SampleSet returned from the quantum computer or on the SAPI
problem ID. Other problem inputs, such as the binary
quadratic model—in BQM, Ising, or QUBO formats—and an embedding, are
However, to visualize a logical problem if
or derived classes are not used, you must supply the embedding.
Below are some options for providing problem data to the
show() function, where
response was returned for a problem defined directly on physical qubits and
sampleset returned from a problem submitted using
show(response) show('69ace80c-d3b1-448a-a028-b51b94f4a49d') # Using a SAPI problem ID show((h, J), response) show(Q, response) show((h, J), response, dict(embedding=embedding, chain_strength=5)) show(sampleset) show(bqm, sampleset)
To see detailed parameter information, see the relevant function below.
show() function supports flow control for scripts
block parameter. For example, the default setting of
dwave.inspector.Block.ONCE) blocks until your problem is loaded from the
inspector web server and
forever blocks until you terminate with a
|||For problems submitted in the active session (i.e., once the problem inspector has been imported).|
Flow-control settings for scripts.
An enum with values:
FOREVER. The default setting of
dwave.inspector.Block.ONCE) blocks until your problem is loaded from the inspector web server
This example does not block while the problem is loaded.
>>> dwave.inspector.show(response, block='never') # doctest: +SKIP
||Auto-detect and forward to the
||Visualize a quantum machine instruction (QMI) response and binary quadratic model.|
||Visualize a returned sampleset and binary quadratic model.|
||Visualize a quantum machine instruction (QMI).|