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I have a series of 3d coordinates distributed in a 3d space according to a root point. I can determine the $x$, $y$, and $z$ components by reducing the vectors, but I am not clear on how to get the rotation component in quaternion form. Can someone explain it simply?

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This should have exactly what you need.

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