SBtab format specification
A specification for the current version of SBtab can also be found on arxiv.org.
The definition of all predefined SBtab table types, their corresponding columns and contents, can be found in the definitions.tsv. This file can also be employed if you want to define an individual table type for types of data that SBtab does not cover so far. Simply download the definitions, add your table type and the columns to the end of the file, and upload it on the SBtab customiser. Then, you can validate SBtab files whether they adhere to your individual table type definition on the SBtab validator.
Example 1: The first two reactions of yeast glycolysis. Entire model in one file:
Tables in separate files:
The two reactions stem from a model of yeast glycolysis, published in Hynne et al. (2001), Full-scale model of glycolysis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biophys. Chem. (1-2): 121-163). The original SBML file has been retrieved from Biomodels Database and automatically been converted into SBtab tables.
Example 2: Structural model of the Lac Operon
Example 3: Structure of the feed-forward loop
Example 4: Standard Gibbs free energies of reactions for chemical reactions listed in the KEGG database. The values have been computed using the eQuilibrator web tool.
Example 5: Yeast transcriptional interactions, adopted from Chang et al. (2008)
Example 6: Example tables appearing in the SBtab specification