Using ProM Lite – slide 5

And when we press the Play button, we go to the Central and the Middle view, which is the Action view, which actually allows you to take an object, or several objects, as input and create one or more objects as output. So as an example, let’s apply the Alpha miner on this input. So you can search for Alpha, and then you can select the Alpha miner, and you can start it. You can already see that it will produce a Petri net and a marking. And on the bottom, you see some information about the author and a brief explanation. When you remove your search query, you get the full list of algorithms that you can apply. So the green ones, you can apply because they have enough input. The yellow ones require some additional input that you can create using other plugins. There’s also several ways of filtering so you can only show the discovery plugins or only the conformance checking plugins, enhancement plugins, filtering plugins, or analytic plugins. There are also two types of plugins– one that require interaction from you, so you have Wizard screens where you can change settings, or that are run automatically without settings. The overview first shows the ones that require interaction, and here are the ones that produce an immediate result.