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Is it possible to illustrate an example code in which a quantum circuit is taken as an input and the qiskit backend properties are feed to a custom compiler to perform noisy simulation using QuTip?

For example I have a physically mapped quantum circuit:

OPENQASM 2.0;
include "qelib1.inc";

qreg q[7];

creg c[3];


rz(1.5707963267948966) q[0];
sx q[0];
rz(1.5707963267948966) q[0];
x q[1];
cx q[1], q[0];
rz(-0.7853981633974483) q[0];
cx q[0], q[1];
cx q[1], q[0];
cx q[0], q[1];
x q[2];
cx q[2], q[1];
rz(0.7853981633974483) q[1];
cx q[0], q[1];
rz(0.7853981633974483) q[0];
rz(-0.7853981633974483) q[1];
cx q[2], q[1];
cx q[1], q[2];
cx q[2], q[1];
cx q[1], q[2];
cx q[1], q[0];
rz(-0.7853981633974483) q[0];
rz(0.7853981633974483) q[1];
cx q[1], q[0];
rz(2.356194490192345) q[2];
sx q[2];
rz(1.5707963267948966) q[2];
barrier q[2], q[0], q[1], q[3], q[4], q[5], q[6];
measure q[1] -> c[0];
measure q[0] -> c[1];
measure q[2] -> c[2];

and the calibration data of the device on which I obtained the above circuit:

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Can someone provide an example code to perform noisy simulation using QuTip by incorporating calibration data and the circuit?

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