The top center pane of the application provides a workspace for interacting with different filters. In Process Analysis and Task Mining projects this pane looks differently. In addition to the currently applied and set filters, a Task Mining project pane has a task filtration area.
Hover over any section at the top center pane to see additional information, such as the percentage of the currently selected timelines in comparison with the selected set or all timelines.
Follow the descriptions below to learn more information about the pane sections:
This filter shows the name of the selected set. By default, the All timelines option is selected. Click this block to open the Sets window.
Here you can manage created sets, switch between them, and delete or export timelines belonging to the selected set.
In the Sets window, click on the set name to select it. When you select a set, filters that define it are displayed in the Current section.
For more information about sets and their management, see Timeline Sets.
Important. To perform some actions, such as timelines' deletion, a user must have the Data manager role or higher in the project. To learn more about project roles, see Accounts, User Roles & Permissions.
The section is always named Current. The number in the colored circle shows the quantity of active filters. Click this block to open the Filters window.
The Current block shows the number of timelines that suits all the applied filters. The same number of timelines is shown when you save filters as a set. For instructions on the set creation, see How to create Set.
Show the Filters window with descriptions
Here you can see a list of the currently applied filters. These can be filters from the selected set, filters applied from analysis modules, reverted filters, etc. For each filter, you see the number of timelines relative to all timelines in the project that corresponds to the condition.
Click Current to open the Filters window. For any open set, here you see filters that form it. Additional filters that have not been saved as a separate set are marked as Unsaved.
Note. After selecting a set, all unsaved filters will be removed from the Current section.
Click Undo filters to remove only unsaved filters. Click Clear all filters to remove all filters. You can also delete particular ones by clicking .
Revert a created filter by clicking . This will apply a filter that searches for timelines that do not correspond to filtering conditions.
For example, the project includes 1000 timelines. You filter timelines that belong to a certain office and 200 timelines passed this condition. If you revert the filter, the program focuses on timelines that do not correspond to the configured rule, in this example, these are 800 other timelines.
This section is available only for Task Mining projects. It shows the name of the selected task. By default, the All tasks option is shown. Click this block to open the Task window.
Show the Task window with descriptions
For the Task Mining project, the additional section appears that shows the list of defined tasks. Click it to see the list of tasks. Select a task in the appeared window to focus on it. You can use it while working with Task schema to switch between tasks' graphs.
For details, see Task Schema.
Effects of Current filters
The Current section displays all applied filters including unsaved filters. Analysis tools are based on the information that is currently in the focus, in other words, filtered according to the rules of the Current section.
For example, the Simulation feature mines the process behavior based on timelines corresponding to filters in the Current section. Another example is a schema in Milestone view that uses currently applied filters to show nodes and transitions' statistics.
For details, see:
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