by: Kevin Broløs
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This is your gateway into everything related to managing your
We already covered accessing your QLattice and the
Details page, but we've yet to talk about snapshots, and how you can us them to back up and restore your QLattice.
Inside the dashboard, you'll find a view to
QLattice. You can find it through
[QLattice_Name] > Snapshots.
This view allows you to create
snapshots of your
QLattice whenever you feel like it, and you can always
restore a previous version if you accidentally reset it, or ended up in a state you're unsatisfied with.
Of course, you can also do all of this programmatically:
from feyn import QLattice qlattice = QLattice() # Returns a snapshot object containing your note, time of snapshotting and id snapshot = qlattice.snapshots.capture("A little note") # List all snapshots: for s in qlattice.snapshots: print(s.id, s.when, s.note) # Restore using the id of the snapshot. The instance of the snapshot from previously also works. qlattice.snapshots.restore(snapshot.id)
The Activity log is also found on the
[QLattice_Name] > Activity Log. It shows you whenever a user performs an action on your
QLattice. You'll see whenever someone has reset the
QLattice, added or removed
registers, when it has been updated,
QGraphs extracted and if
snapshots have been created or restored.
dashboard, you also have access to simple user management. This is found under
User Admin. This will allow multiple users to access your
dashboard, and any
QLattices you have created.
This could have gone on the top, but you finally have the
Overview, where you can see metrics for the allocation and usage of all of your QLattices. This can help you see how many of them are utilized, and when.