When you run something on one of IBM's free computers, you can look up what it actually ran; i.e. it gives you the decomposition of the circuit you told it to run.
When running on IonQ with Amazon's braket I can't find that. I can call up the task data like this:
task_data = AwsQuantumTask(arn='generic_task_ID_string') print(task_data.result().additional_metadata.action.instructions)
Apparently if I ran it on a Rigetti device I could do something like:
task_data = AwsQuantumTask(arn='generic_task_ID_string') print(task_data.result().additional_metadata.rigettiMetadata.compiledProgram)
but I see no such
ionQMetadata thing for IonQ. Does anyone know if such a thing can be obtained? I've worked out viable native-gate decompositions for what might have actually run for my circuit but I need to make sure I've got what actually ran.