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How to develop a process mining plugin based on the input of ProM import plugin

张志幸张志幸 Posts: 3
edited June 2017 in Event Logs
I have download the source code of ProM and have read the implementation of some business process mining strategy such as IM. I am confused by how to make use of the imported log. I read the source code and find that there is only the jar file of xes without the specific implementation. Can anyone tell me some key information? Thanks.
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  • kfgz087kfgz087 Posts: 61
    edited June 2017
    Hi 张志幸,

    Thanks for your question.
    I think the easier way for a ProM beginner to develop a plugin is to modify an existing plugin with your own staff. For instance, after you download the latest ProM, e.g., ProM 6.6,  you can (1)  identify an existing plugin similar to what you want to develop, (2) find the corresponding source package and code of the plugin (when you click one plugin in ProM, you can see the pakcage where it is from and the source codes of all packages can be found here https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/), and (3) modify the name and functions of the plugin with your staff.
    Post edited by kfgz087 on
    Guangming Li
    PhD student in Process Mining at Eindhoven University of Technology
  • CongLiuCongLiu Posts: 84
    Hi,

    For XES implementation, please refer to  https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/XESStandard/.

    Good luck.
    Cong
  • 张志幸张志幸 Posts: 3
    CongLiu said:
    Hi,

    For XES implementation, please refer to  https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/XESStandard/.

    Good luck.
    Cong
    Thanks!
  • 张志幸张志幸 Posts: 3
    kfgz087 said:
    Hi 张志幸,

    Thanks for your question.
    I think the easier way for a ProM beginner to develop a plugin is to modify an existing plugin with your own staff. For instance, after you download the latest ProM, e.g., ProM 6.6,  you can (1)  identify an existing plugin similar to what you want to develop, (2) find the corresponding source package and code of the plugin (when you click one plugin in ProM, you can see the pakcage where it is from and the source codes of all packages can be found here https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/), and (3) modify the name and functions of the plugin with your staff.
    Thanks!
  • JBuijsJBuijs Posts: 910
    Hi all,

    Nice to read that you want to start contributing to ProM!

    Maybe these resources can help you (before you try to deduce the plug-in structure from existing plug-ins):
    https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/Workshop
    https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/Packs
    https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/Plugins (also explains the separation between import/export, visualization and 'action' plug-ins).

    Hope this helps!
    Joos Buijs

    Senior Data Scientist and process mining expert at APG (Dutch pension fund executor).
    Previously Assistant Professor in Process Mining at Eindhoven University of Technology
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