This page summarizes the current development status of the SBML Level 3 Rendering Package (known by the label “render”). If you use this Package in your work, please cite the publication associated with the package in addition to the core Level 3 specification, to give credit to the package developers.
This table is generated automatically from the row for “render” in the SBML Level 3 Package Status spreadsheet.
|Package purpose:||Support for defining the graphical symbols and glyphs used in a diagram of the model; adjunct to the layout package|
|Package status:||Final specification approved and two independent implementations are available|
|Latest version:||Version 1 Release 1 (21 Nov 2017)|
|Please cite this publication if you use this package →||Bergmann, F. T., Keating, S. M., Gauges, R., Sahle, S., & Wengler, K. (2018). SBML Level 3 Package: Render, Version 1, Release 1. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics, 15(1), 20170078|
|RELAX NG schema:||A prototype or test schema is available|
|LibSBML status:||A full (with respect to the specification) implementation is available|
|JSBML status:||A full (with respect to the specification) implementation is available|
|Working group mailing list:||sbml-render|
About the schemas: for finalized Level 3 Packages, libSBML and JSBML provide built-in validation, and the use of a schema is unnecessary. For not-yet-finalized Packages and applications not using libSBML or JSBML, the basic RELAX NG schemas enable syntactic validation using an RNG schema processor. A separate page provides more information about the use of schemas.
Notes about this specification
The “render” specfication is considered stable and in use.
Notes about third-party application support
2014: The following are software packages are known to support the “render” package:
- COPASI (both the L3 package and the L2 annotation forms)
- SBW (both the L3 package and the L2 annotation forms)
- SBMLLayout (both the L3 package and the L2 annotation forms)
- sysbioapps (both the L3 package and the L2 annotation forms)