Python API for LANA Process Mining
PyLana is Python API for LANA Process Mining. It focuses on resource management, but provides methods that can be used to access the processed data as well.
This package is still in initial development state. Anything may change at any time. The public API should not be considered stable.
You can install PyLana directly from PyPi with e.g.
$ pip install pylana
How to get started
To connect with an api at e.g. 'https:://cloud-backend.lanalabs.com', first create an API with
from pylana import create_api api = create_api('https', 'cloud-backend.lanalabs.com', <API Key>)
You will require an API key that is valid for your LANA deployment. The returned api stores the url for a LANA Process Mining api as well as your authentication. After creation you can us it to manage the LANA process mining resources. Among other things you can upload data from python pandas data frames directly or connect logs and shiny dashboard resources referencing them by their names.
To upload a new log called "new-event-log" and shiny-dashboard named "new-shiny-dashboard", and connect them with each other, you can use the following code
upload_response = api.upload_event_log_df( 'new-event-log', df_event_log, time_format='YYYY-mm-dd', df_case=df_case_attributes) shiny_dashboard = api.create_shiny_dashboard('new-shiny-dashboard') connection_response = api.connect_shiny_dashboard( upload_response.json()['id'], shiny_dashboard['id'])
We also provide basic methods for direct http requests to LANA API endpoints, for example
response_list = api.get('/api/v2/dashboards')
will return a response with a list of dashboard metadata. For details about the endpoints refer to the swagger documentation of the LANA API.
How to contribute
See the details in CONTRIBUTING.md.
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