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Minit 3.1: Tidy up your Process Map

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New Map Clustering functionality in Minit Process Mining 3.1 enables the user to visually encapsulate activities in the Process Map view (or resource in social chart view) into clusters. Nodes are grouped and laid out close to each other and visually bordered by blue dashed rectangles based on the value of the selected clustering attribute.

Map Clustering in Minit Process Mining

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To cluster the Process Map or Social Chart, choose the clustering attribute in the Map clustering selection control.

Map Clustering Controls in Minit Process Mining

The map clustering attribute selection control is populated automatically by Minit. Available attributes must fulfill the following premises:

  • In the Process Map – each value of attribute Activity must have precisely one corresponding value of clustering attribute (it can also be an empty value – in this case, the activity is placed on canvas outside of any cluster); e.g., the Approval must always have the value Management in clustering attribute, the PO archival must have the value Accounting every time, etc.
  • In the Social Chart – each value of attribute Resource must have precisely one corresponding value of clustering attribute (it can also be an empty value – in this case, the resource is placed on canvas outside of any cluster); e.g., John Doe must always have the value CostCenter1 in the clustering attribute, Mary Jane must have the value CostCenter34, etc.

In other words – a specific activity or resource can be included only in one cluster, or outside of any cluster.

Minit 3.1. also introduces new Event-level filtering capabilities with the best-in-breed performance and user experience and Case duration Influence statistics a sophisticated analytical insight that automatically evaluates the impact of case-level attributes (including financial) on the mean case duration.

Simona Parnicka Marketing Manager at Minit

23. 05. 2018