The magnetic field gradient of a ring magnet I could find online is all oriented up and down. Which means the bottom part of the ring is S or N and the top part is the other.
For simplicity I made another picture depicting the "orientation" of the dipole (from S to N).
What would the field gradient look like if I were to change the orientation of the dipole "along" the ring!? Where there is no distinct clarification between N and S!?