No problems, let me try to explain with more detail.
I downloaded a test dataset (output from
Prokka) and the
gbk formatting is correct. It is just plain text formatting. Not “tabular”.
The format was designed and specified by NCBI, but all data is patterned in a specific way.
Compare your output to this example and you’ll notice that it matches up: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Sitemap/samplerecord.html
If you want to use some tool that requires the
.gbk extension, change the file extension after downloading the data. Tool examples are in my original reply.
Prokka tool creates many outputs in Galaxy and some are parsed into other formats (fasta, tabular, txt). So if you don’t specifically need
.gbk, review those.
Note Any data that is in
txt format may have spaces, tabs, or missing values for some columns. These are often custom report styles. It is just how the output was formatted by the original tool authors. Preserving that formatting is important in many downstream use cases.