Best tool to develop and simulate quantum computing algorithms or circuits?

Science advances inexorably towards the construction of quantum computers with different technologies, unfortunately this type of research can only be carried out in specialized laboratories, it is not something anybody can do at home. What we can do at home is to use simulation tools to design quantum algorithms. Nowadays, different programming languages, development environments and quantum computer simulators are proliferating. Some developed by important companies such as IBM, Google or Microsoft, other free projects or from universities. As of yet, which is the most advanced or complete tool?

  • Microsoft Quantum Development Kit
  • Microsoft LIQUi>
  • IBM Quantum Experience
  • Qiskit
  • Quantum Computing Playground (Google)
  • Rigetti
  • Forest
  • ProjectQ
  • QuTiP
  • OpenFermion
  • Qbsolv
  • ScaffCC
  • Raytheon
  • BBN
  • Quirk Simulator

Does anyone have any experience with them? I would like to practice with one of them to implement algorithms and simulate things. Some years ago I studied quantum mechanics and several related subjects but quantum computing was almost unknown by then. I also have some experience with classic analogic and digital electronics. I have almost no idea about Quantum computing.

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