QPR ProcessAnalyzer Wiki

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Welcome to QPR ProcessAnalyzer Wiki! QPR ProcessAnalyzer is the tool for turning event and transactional data into visual process intelligence. Read Introduction to QPR ProcessAnalyzer for an introduction of the software. Topics in this documentation are divided into users roles: process analysts, developers and administrators.

For Process Analysts

QPR ProcessAnalyzer is used via web browser. In QPR ProcessAnalyzer application you can perform various analyses on your process model. If you prefer standalone installation, you can use excel client for analyses.

Using QPR ProcessAnalyzer

Process Mining Analyses and Visualizations

QPR ProcessAnalyzer Excel Client

For Developers

To create QPR ProcessAnalyzer models, you need to Extract data from source system(s), transform data to a format compatible with QPR ProcessAnalyzer and finally load data as process model(s). To perform these tasks, you can use T-SQL and QPR ProcessAnalyzer scripting commands. When you have created a model, end-users can analyze it easily by using QPR UI’s ProcessAnalyzer application. If needed, there are plenty of tools to customize the end-user experience in QPR UI.

Expression Language

Manage Models and Content

Data Integrations and API's

For Administrators

QPR ProcessAnalyzer installation requires installing the QPR ProcessAnalyzer Server to IIS and two databases. It is recommended to install also QPR UI server to fully utilize the power of QPR ProcessAnalyzer. With QPR UI installed, QPR ProcessAnalyzer can be used via web browser for analyzing process models and analyzer users do not need any additional software installed on their workstations. Developer users need also to have QPR ProcessAnalyzer Excel client installed.

Planning Installation




See the QPR End User Software License Agreement and QPR Software as a Service Agreement.