# Pauli Twirling#

Warning:

Pauli Twirling in Mitiq is still under construction. This users guide will change in the future after some utility functions are introduced.

Pauli Twirling (PT) is an noise tailoring technique in which, in the Mitiq implementation, particularly noisy operations (e.g. CZ and CNOT) are transformed by independent, random, single-qubit gates inserted into the circuit such that the effective logical circuit remains unchanged but the noise is tailored towards stochastic Pauli errors. For more discussion of the theory of PT, see the section What is the theory behind PT?.

Below you can find sections of the documentation that address the following questions:

You can find many more examples on a variety of error mitigation techniques in the **Examples** section of
the documentation.