Figure 6.

Content available in TFe. This diagram demonstrates the diverse range of TF-related content available in TFe. Articles in TFe are organized into ten tabs. In this diagram, the ten tabs are represented by the ten horizontal columns labeled 'Summary', 'Structure', 'TFBS', and so forth. Under each tab in the article, there exist one or more relevant subheadings. In this diagram, these subheadings are represented by beige or grey boxes, which contain partial screenshots of the actual content - whether they are text, figures, or tables. Beige boxes represent content that has been composed by TFe authors, while grey boxes represent content that has been largely automatically populated. Below each screenshot box is the name of the subheading and a brief description of the subheading. Below the description are a series of blue, red, green, and yellow icons labeled 'WEB', 'PDF', 'XLS', and 'API'. As the names suggest, these icons indicate whether the content of that particular subheading is available in various formats. All subheadings are available in web format - on the TFe website. Thus, we consider the TFe website format as the most comprehensive format available. Select content is available in redacted form in the PDF format. Content that is in the form of 'data' can be downloaded as an Excel spreadsheet ('XLS') or retrieved using the TFe web API ('API') from the TFe website.

Yusuf et al. Genome Biology 2012 13:R24   doi:10.1186/gb-2012-13-3-r24
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