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Tracking Command Executions / User Interactions in ProM
we want to investigate the behavior of users working with ProM for exploratory process mining tasks. One part of this investigation would be to track the commands / interactions of the users executed with ProM. Apart from screen recording/scraping we are also planning to instrument ProM--possibly with a plugin--to automate this tracking and generate a log of process mining commands and/or user interactions (e.g. clickstreams) executed.
I am pretty new to ProM and not completely familiar with its architecture and would be very happy about some hints on how to get started with implementing this kind of tracking. Is it actually possible/feasible with the current ProM architecture? Does it make sense to look into plugin development here or do we need to go deeper to the core of ProM for logging of user interactions?
Thanks a lot in advance!