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How would I be able to graph the decoherence of qubits being used to perform an algorithm? I'm working with the IBMQ Qiskit framework and I'm trying to write a program that allows me to find the decoherence of qubits. But I do not know if IBMQ has a method to do that. Can anyone help me, or point me the right direction to implement such a thing?

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    $\begingroup$ This Qiskit tutorial might be able to point you in the right direction. It explains how to use the Ignis element of Qiskit to find relaxation ($T_1$) and decoherence ($T_2$) times of qubits. $\endgroup$ – Matthew Stypulkoski Apr 11 '19 at 13:28
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Exactly, it's a little bit difficult to find related examples except matthew mentioned. The link is out of date and the update one is here:

2_relaxation_and_decoherence

2_relaxation_and_decoherence.ipynb

It contains lots of figures, perhaps they are what you want.

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