Process Mining - Event Logs Replay

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Event logs replay is a useful tool to visualize the history of events. A case is represented by a token in the graph. If an event occurs, a token is then placed on the corresponding node in the graph. An edge between two nodes represents the progress between two events.

To replay the event logs we need two things:

There are techniques to build a model from event logs. We will cover this topic in other posts. In this post we would like to focus on the visualization part so we first define a model manually and then use it to generate an event log. You may download the generated event logs here.

Some notes on the visualization:

Possible Improvements:

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