Process Mining for Python (PM4Py)
Welcome to Process Mining for Python!
PM4Py is a python library that supports (state-of-the-art) process mining algorithms in python. It is completely open source and intended to be used in both academia and industry projects.
The official website of the library is http://pm4py.org/
You can always check out (changes to) the source code at the github repo.
A very simple example, to whet your appetite:
from pm4py.algo.discovery.alpha import algorithm as alpha_miner from pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes import importer as xes_importer from pm4py.visualization.petrinet import visualizer as petri_visualizer
log = xes_importer.apply(‘<path-to-xes-log-file>’) net, initial_marking, final_marking = alpha_miner.apply(log) gviz = petri_visualizer.apply(net, initial_marking, final_marking) petri_visualizer.view(gviz)
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