QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2019.3 and QPR UI 2019.3 released

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QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2019.3 and QPR UI 2019.3 released

QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2019.3 and QPR UI 2019.3 have been released with the following new features:

  • It's possible to add calculated case and event attributes to QPR ProcessAnalyzer models using the expression language. Calculated attributes are created when the model is loaded into memory, and they are available in the analyses like the normal imported attributes. Calculated attributes allow e.g. data conversions and cleansing, and also making calculations beforehand to improve performance. (more information)
  • QPR ProcessAnalyzer has a new Clustering Analysis, which divides cases into similar groups based in case attributes and occurred types of events. Clustering analysis provides a new way to understand and structure your process mining data. (more information)
  • In QPR UI, it's possible to define a default view, which works as the starting page when users login to QPR UI.
  • In the expression language, the left out rows can be aggregated as the last row, which is useful, e.g. when you want to present only the most important data but still see the total amount of cases in the model. Also ChartView contains a new setting Group and Show Others using this expression language feature. (more information)
  • When writing the expression language queries, performed eventlog preprocessing can be set explicitly to optimize performance. By default eventlogs are preprocessed fully and e.g. variations and flows are calculated. If all these process mining entities are not needed in the expression, unnecessary preprocessings can now be left out. (more information)
  • New function qpr.logOut() has been added to QPR UI JavaScript API. It allows to bind the proper logout functionality to customized user interfaces. (more information)

QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2019.3 and QPR UI 2019.3 can be downloaded from the QPR Wiki downloads page.