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Systems Biology Format Converter to run in Linux online
DESCRIPTION:The Systems Biology Format Converter (SBFC) is a Java generic framework aiming to translate any systems biology model format into another.
The SBFC Web Site providing detailed feature description and instructions for installing, using and developing new modules is: http://sbfc.sourceforge.net/ .
Currently, SBFC allows the user to convert SBML models into the formats: BioPax, Matlab, Octave, XPP, DOT, and SBGN. Due to its modular design fast development and addition of new converters is highly facilitated.
SBFC can be executed in two modes:
1. standalone executable downloading the package provided in this website;
2. web-service at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biomodels/tools/converters .
For general discussion about SBFC, please use the forum firstname.lastname@example.org .
A mailing-list is also available for developers: email@example.com
Thanks for using SBFC!
The SBFC Team
Science/Research, Developers, End Users/Desktop
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