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This answer states that:

Once it is submitted, your job will be in queue. You will have to request by GET this job ID to get the answer from the backend. The GET URL is: https://quantumexperience.ng.bluemix.net/api/Jobs/execution_id. You will get another JSON answer (put it in a r_json variable). If it has the qasms item, see if r_json['qasms'][0] has a result item and you will get the result of the submission.

But when I download it with python, I got a HTML but not JSON. When I open this URL in Chrome, I just enter https://quantum-computing.ibm.com/

The question I meet is there are too many circuit need to run (19200 circuit). But One task can take 64 circuit. (When I try 96 circuit, it fail) So I have to create 300 tasks. Download these result one by one is not easy, so I want a URL. If someone can tell me how to download 300 results quickly or how to run more circuit in One task. It also really helpful. Thank you very much.

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  • $\begingroup$ what code did you use to "download it with python"? $\endgroup$ – glS Nov 27 at 10:46
  • $\begingroup$ Can you clarify what you mean by a task? $\endgroup$ – met927 Nov 27 at 11:58
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    $\begingroup$ I believe the circuit limit in a single job is 75. Also, would obtaining the results through Qiskit using job.result() and then storing the results object returned not suffice? You could send a job, save the information from results that you need, send the next job, etc. $\endgroup$ – Matthew Stypulkoski Nov 27 at 14:51
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks everyone. At first I want to use Crawler technology to download result, but I use selenium download result automatically at end. It is not good for me to use job.result() download result. Because I send 50 jobs to the IBMQ at one time, and I have to wait until all jobs were finished before downloading the results. So I save all jobs' id and download results by selenium. $\endgroup$ – wei zi Dec 5 at 8:48

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