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Event logs used in this course

During this course we use several event logs, both artificial and real life, which can be downloaded from this article.
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During this course we continuously use both artificial and real life event logs:

  1. During the lectures to explain plug-ins and concepts;
  2. During the quizzes to test if you understood the lecture content;
  3. During the peer assignment to let you write a process mining report;
  4. As extra material for you to experiment and investigate.

We therefore provide you with a collection of artificial and real life event logs that are used throughout this course.

Download the ZIP file (25 Mb) containing all files, as well as a full overview, here.

The following data files are included:

In the lectures

Feel free to discuss results obtained on these event logs in the respective lectures/steps/activities.

  1. Artificial – Loan Process – Very simple process of handling loan applications
  2. Artificial – Loan Process – Partial – Very simple process of handling loan applications, where some traces have been removed
  3. BPI_Challenge_2012 – Real event log on handling loan applications for small consumer loans
  4. BPI_Challenge_2012_AO – Real event log on handling loan applications for small consumer loans, containing only the A (application) and O (offer) subprocesses.

In the tests

Please do not discuss these event logs since they are also used for grading

  1. Artificial – Review – Large – Simple process of accepting and reviewing papers for publication, many traces
  2. Artificial – Review – Small – Simple process of accepting and reviewing papers for publication, only a few traces
  3. Receipt phase of an environmental permit application process (WABO) CoSeLoG project – Process of handling incoming environmental permit applications

In the peer assignment

Please do not discuss these event logs since they are also used for grading

  1. Road_Traffic_Fine_Management_Process – Event log of handling road traffic fines by a local police force in Italy

Extra

Feel free to discuss results obtained on these event logs in the respective lectures/steps/activities.

  1. Artificial – Claims – Process for handling claims
  2. Artificial – Repair – Sample 2 – Another sample of traces of the repair process
  3. Artificial – Small Process – Very small (4 traces, 6 activities) event log which is easy to understand
  4. BPI_Challenge_2013_closed_problems – Event log of Volvo IT Belgium handling IT issues (only closed problems)
  5. BPI_Challenge_2013_incidents – Event log of Volvo IT Belgium handling IT issues (only incidents)
  6. BPI_Challenge_2013_open_problems – Event log of Volvo IT Belgium handling IT issues (only open problems)
  7. BPIC15_1 – One of five event logs of handling building permits in a Dutch municipality
  8. BPIC15_2 – One of five event logs of handling building permits in a Dutch municipality
  9. BPIC15_3 – One of five event logs of handling building permits in a Dutch municipality
  10. BPIC15_4 – One of five event logs of handling building permits in a Dutch municipality
  11. BPIC15_5 – One of five event logs of handling building permits in a Dutch municipality
  12. Hospital log – Event log of a hospital system recording patient visits, appointments, operations and personal details

More details on each event log is included in an Excel list in the ZIP file.

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