We have previously demonstrated that Mie scattered statistically stationary partially coherent electromagnetic
fields result in spontaneous creation and nucleation of coherence vortices in the field both inside and outside the
scattering particle. In a succeeding study we showed that a regular lattice of coherence vortices can be generated
by illuminating a system of three scatterers with partially coherent light. In this paper, we analyze the field
scattered by differently arranged systems of scatterers and investigate the coherence variation of the scattered
field. We show that different patterns of coherence vortex networks can be realized depending on the spatial
arrangement of the scatterers. Different patterns of vortex networks generated in these scattering systems make
them suitable candidates for particle manipulation applications at microscopic levels.