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Can someone write the code for this diagram? Quiver codes are not working in latex.

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    May 21 at 20:03
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    May 21 at 20:04
  • Draw the arced arrows as normal but add coordinates for example at pos = .4 and pos = .6. Then draw the double arrows between those coordinates (with a certain amount shortened). Mark two positions again (say at pos = .25 and pos = .75) and connect those again. For these last two arrows, the nfold library might be useful. May 21 at 20:08
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    As starting point may serve tex.stackexchange.com/questions/350538 too.
    – Zarko
    May 21 at 21:23
  • Here are some explanations about connecting points on lines in general. May 21 at 23:57


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