Click this button above to start a tutorial in a jupyter notebook on [binder](https://mybinder.org) without the need to install anything to your computer.
If you want to try things locally on your laptop: install TimeEvolvingMPO by following the instructions at Install TimeEvolvingMPO.
The TEMPO library is currently under construction. This example serves merely as a placeholder for the tutorial to come. However, you can check that you can access the (almost) empty library by executing the tempo.say_hi() example below.
Open a interactive python3 session and type:
>>> import time_evolving_mpo as tempo >>> tempo.say_hi()
This should give you the following message:
Hi there! This is TimeEvolvingMPO version 0.0.1-1 speaking!