### Basic Examples

Basic Examples

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Plot the vector located at the origin:

(1,1,1)

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Plot a list of vectors located at the origin:

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### Scope

Scope

Plot the vector located at the point :

(2,2,2)

(-1,1,1)

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Plot a list of vectors located at the point :

{1,2,2}

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Plot a list of vectors located at different points. The first list is a list of vectors and the second is a list of initial points:

The length of the list of vectors must be the same as the length of the list of initial points:

### Options

Options

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#### ArrowSize

ArrowSize

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Change the arrow size of each vector:

#### LocatedVector

LocatedVector

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A located vector from the first point to the second point:

Setting located vector to False draws the vector located at the origin:

A list of lists of pairs of vectors with the option “LocatedVector”->True draws located vectors from the first point in each sublist to the second point in each sublist:

Without the option being set, the second tuple in each list gives the located point, and the first tuple gives the direction:

#### VectorStyle

VectorStyle

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Change the style of the vectors:

Set both the arrow size and style for each vector:

### Properties and Relations

Properties and Relations

We can specify a vector located at a point using the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th templates:

Use Arrow to produce any of these plots: