QPR ProcessAnalyzer Presentation Object (PAPO)

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QPR ProcessAnalyzer Presentation Object (or PAPO) is a presentation object for process mining analysts. It's possible to change between analyses using the context menu.

Adding PAPO to View

  1. Add a new PAPO to a panel by clicking the QPR ProcessAnalyzer Presentation Object button on the side toolbar.
  2. By default, PAPO shows the Flowchart Analysis based on the default filter for the user. To change this, the FilterId context variable needs to be defined. We'll define the FilterId in the View context, so that it will be available when the view is opened. First, click Close to close the panel.
  3. The View context is accessible in the View properties. Click the Properties button and then switch to the Context tab.
  4. Type in "FilterId" to the Variable name text box and then click the check mark.
  5. Tap the Value section on the FilterId row and input the desired FilterId value there, and then tap the check mark. The Behavior can be left as "Default", so that if the FilterId value is changed in the session context, the flowchart will update accordingly.
    You can also define some additional context variable values that are used by the QPR ProcessAnalyzer Presentation Object. After you are done, tap Close to apply the changes.
  6. Click the Save button on the toolbar on top to save the view. Saving a view will also save any unsaved changes to the panels in the view.

Configuration Tab

On PAPO's Configuration tab, you can define variables to be used. The context variable definitions here are used to override the default settings in the PAPO. The definition is done as JSON.

As an example, to have the PAPO function as a KPI Analysis, and to disable the control window, changing analysis, and creating new filters functionalities, use the following JSON:

  "AnalysisWindowType": "11",
  "DisabledFunctionalities": [
  "ContextVariableOverrideMode": "UnspecifiedOnly"

Usage Examples

Defining Model

To change the model and filter:

  1. Click the Model button:
  2. Select the model and filter from the two drop-down menus shown:
    The names of the models are shown as <project name> - <model name>.

Defining Default Filter for the Analysis

By default, QPR ProcessAnalyzer Presentation Object will show analyses based on the default filter for the user. To change this, the FilterId variable needs to be set as follows:

  1. In the View editor, click the Properties button to open the View properties.
  2. Type in FilterId to the Variable name text box and click the check mark or press Enter:
  3. Click the Pen icon on the Value column, type in the filter id you want and click the check mark or press Enter:
  4. You should now have the FilterId variable defined: