I'm looking for resources which can show the pulse shapes for various single-qubit and two-qubit gates.
More specifically, is there any resource which can show me calibrated pulse shapes so that I can compare those shapes with the ideal, analytical pulse shapes?
A good reference to see what I mean by analytical pulse shapes and pulse shapes for optimal control which are obtained after calibration can be found here. Fig 4 clearly shows how the optimal pulse shape varies from the analytical one.
I understand that pulses are stored as digital words on the AWG/DAC memory and from the reference above, it seems that individual samples of the pulse are optimized rather than the pulse as a whole (by changing duration, amplitude etc.). From Qiskit's calibration tutorial on the other hand, I see that calibration for an X gate involves finding the right drive amplitude, the calibration granularity does not go to the individual samples that make up the pulse.
So what's the norm for control pulses for providers like Google, IBM? Does waveform shaping during calibration involve tuning individual samples of a pulse or are pulses kept symmetric by changing only the duration and amplitude? I'm aware of how qiskit allows users to look at the pulse schedule for an experiment and I can probably get shapes for the gates I need but I was wondering if there are other resources which could allow me to compare calibrated and analytical pulse shapes.