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documentation:language_reference:functions:printexpectationvalues [2018/11/13 15:43]
Simon Heinze Added code example and mentioned extraLists
documentation:language_reference:functions:printexpectationvalues [2019/04/15 10:57] (current)
Simon Heinze Mentioned Operator Restrictions in printSigma
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      * "​colWidth"​ Positive integer specifying the width of each column. (Default value 8)      * "​colWidth"​ Positive integer specifying the width of each column. (Default value 8)
      * "​printHeaderEvery"​ Positive integer specifying how often the header should be printed. (Default value 0, meaning the header is only printed at the beginning)      * "​printHeaderEvery"​ Positive integer specifying how often the header should be printed. (Default value 0, meaning the header is only printed at the beginning)
-     * "​printSigma"​ Bool specifying if the standard deviation shall be printed, useful for checking how close to an energy eigenstate a wavefunction is (needs an specified Hamiltonian for that). (Default false)+     * "​printSigma"​ Bool specifying if the standard deviation shall be printed, useful for checking how close to an energy eigenstate a wavefunction is (needs an specified Hamiltonian for that). If the Hamiltonian has restrictions it takes these into account, allowing to check how far away a wave function is from an eigenstate in a subspace. (Default false)
      * "​sortByEnergy"​ Bool specifying if the wavefunctions are to be sorted by energy (needs an specified Hamiltonian for that). (Default false)      * "​sortByEnergy"​ Bool specifying if the wavefunctions are to be sorted by energy (needs an specified Hamiltonian for that). (Default false)
      * "​zero"​ Positive real number. Every number whose absolute value is smaller than zero is set to 0 for a more readable output. (Default 1E-10)      * "​zero"​ Positive real number. Every number whose absolute value is smaller than zero is set to 0 for a more readable output. (Default 1E-10)
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