Select the format to display. The formats that are available depend on the data type. For example, you can display some data
types such as 3D vectors representing [X, Y, Z] data in a variety of ways.
It's important to remember that Softimage does not understand what the data means. It's up to you to determine what format
makes the most sense for a particular attribute. For example:

If a 3D vector represents a position, you can choose Points or Nulls. If you want to clearly see the association between a
component and its data value, for example, between a point and its goal or previous position, you can choose Point Trails.

If a 3D vector represents direction and length such as normal vectors or velocity, you can choose Vector Trails, Vectors,
or Vectors + Length. The difference betweeen Vector Trails and Vectors is whether the tip or the base of the vector is drawn
at an element's location.

If you need to see the exact values of a 3D vector, you can choose Numeric.
In addition, if a 3D vector, matrix, or rotation represents a value in global coordinates, you can activate below.
