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Decision Miner + ProM5 to ProM6

wiratwirat Posts: 8
edited July 2011 in - Usage
Dear Sir,

   I am testing with Decision Miner. How can I access it source code ? I want to know how the algorithm search for decision points.

   Also, I am using ProM 5 testing with some MXML log files. I am reluctant to change to ProM6 as I don't want to do some modifications on the logs I generate by hand (time-consuming task). Is there any convenient way to convert the log files?  Can I still use Decision Miner in ProM6 ?

Best Regards,

Wirat
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  • AnneAnne Posts: 13
    Hi Wirat, 

    The Decision Miner is only available in ProM 5. If you download the tar.gz archive from http://www.promtools.org/prom5/ then you can find the source code in the 'src' directory. 

    Does this answer your question? 

    BTW: ProM 6 also loads MXML files. However, if you should ever need to convert MXML into XES then you can use Nitro (see http://fluxicon.com/academic/). 
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  • JBuijsJBuijs Posts: 912
    Hi Wirat and Anne,

    Anne, thank you for your answer. To add, ProM 6 can also export an MXML file to XES. Just press the 'export to disk' button with the MXML file selected.
    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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