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Where I can find the "Event Log Quality Check" plugin?

Right now I am working on a method to extract events log from non process aware information systems. To validate my research I want to prove that the quality of extracted event log are enough to apply process mining.
I read the thesis 
[1], and the author  proposes a  ProM's plugin to evaluate the logs quality. The problem is that I cannot find this plugin in the repositories.
I talked with the author and he told me that: when he made the thesis, the plugin wasn't ready for their ProM-standards at that time and he is unsure whether they actually took the development further to make it ProM-worthy.
There is a way to access to these plugin, or at least to the code?


[1] Rick Verhulst, “Evaluating quality of event data within event logs: an extensible framework,” Master Thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, 2016.

Abraham Calas
PhD Student at Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas. Cuba.
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  • kfgz087kfgz087 Posts: 61
    edited August 2018
    Dear dogcalas,

    I general, your can download the ProM nightly builds, install the package (including the target pugin) in the package manager (run PackageManager.bat) and search the plugin in ProM (run ProM.bat).

    I read the paper you attached. In ProM nightly builds, I did not find the plugin or possible packages including the plugin. The name “Event Log Quality Check” indicated by the author seems not the package name but the name of the plugin. It is necessary to know the package name include the plugin.

    Besides, the codes of all available plugins are at https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/.
    Post edited by kfgz087 on
    Guangming Li
    PhD student in Process Mining at Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Thanks for answering @kfgz087.
    Apparently the author forgot the plugin after he finished his thesis. I wrote in the forum with the hope of some of the supervisors or any other related person give me any thoughts about the plugin. 
    Abraham Calas
    PhD Student at Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas. Cuba.
  • hverbeekhverbeek Posts: 445
    Hi Abraham,

    The sources of the plug-in can be found in the sandbox "RickVerhulst" package: https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/RickVerhulst/Trunk. As sandbox packages are excluded from the ProM Nightly Build, this plug-in has not found its way into a Nightly Build.

    Note that the package has not been maintained for some time now, so it may not run immediately. But at least the sources are there.

    Kind regards,

    Eric.


  • Thanks @hverbeek , right now I am running ProM with the plugin. It took me a while to make it work because I am using Intellij Idea IDE. 
    What requirements are needed to put the plugin in the regular package repository?
    Abraham Calas
    PhD Student at Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas. Cuba.
  • noalnaknoalnak Posts: 4
    Hello @dogcalas, were you able to upload and include the "Event Log Quality Check" plugin?
  • dogcalasdogcalas Posts: 5
    No, I just downloaded it and used it.
    Abraham Calas
    PhD Student at Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas. Cuba.
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