pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes package

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pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.importer module

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class pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.importer.Variants(value)[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

An enumeration.

CHUNK_REGEX = <module 'pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.variants.chunk_regex' from 'C:\\Users\\berti\\pm4py-core\\pm4py\\objects\\log\\importer\\xes\\variants\\chunk_regex.py'>
ITERPARSE = <module 'pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.variants.iterparse' from 'C:\\Users\\berti\\pm4py-core\\pm4py\\objects\\log\\importer\\xes\\variants\\iterparse.py'>
ITERPARSE_20 = <module 'pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.variants.iterparse_20' from 'C:\\Users\\berti\\pm4py-core\\pm4py\\objects\\log\\importer\\xes\\variants\\iterparse_20.py'>
ITERPARSE_MEM_COMPRESSED = <module 'pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.variants.iterparse_mem_compressed' from 'C:\\Users\\berti\\pm4py-core\\pm4py\\objects\\log\\importer\\xes\\variants\\iterparse_mem_compressed.py'>
LINE_BY_LINE = <module 'pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.variants.line_by_line' from 'C:\\Users\\berti\\pm4py-core\\pm4py\\objects\\log\\importer\\xes\\variants\\line_by_line.py'>
pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.importer.apply(path, parameters=None, variant=Variants.ITERPARSE)[source]

Import a XES log into a EventLog object

Parameters
  • path – Log path

  • parameters

    Parameters of the algorithm, including

    Parameters.TIMESTAMP_SORT -> Specify if we should sort log by timestamp Parameters.TIMESTAMP_KEY -> If sort is enabled, then sort the log by using this key Parameters.REVERSE_SORT -> Specify in which direction the log should be sorted Parameters.INSERT_TRACE_INDICES -> Specify if trace indexes should be added as event attribute for each event Parameters.MAX_TRACES -> Specify the maximum number of traces to import from the log (read in order in the XML file)

  • variant

    Variant of the algorithm to use, including:
    • Variants.ITERPARSE

    • Variants.LINE_BY_LINE

Returns

Trace log object

Return type

log

pm4py.objects.log.importer.xes.importer.deserialize(log_string, parameters=None, variant=Variants.ITERPARSE)[source]

Deserialize a text/binary string representing a XES log

Parameters
  • log_string – String that contains the XES

  • parameters

    Parameters of the algorithm, including

    Parameters.TIMESTAMP_SORT -> Specify if we should sort log by timestamp Parameters.TIMESTAMP_KEY -> If sort is enabled, then sort the log by using this key Parameters.REVERSE_SORT -> Specify in which direction the log should be sorted Parameters.INSERT_TRACE_INDICES -> Specify if trace indexes should be added as event attribute for each event Parameters.MAX_TRACES -> Specify the maximum number of traces to import from the log (read in order in the XML file)

  • variant

    Variant of the algorithm to use, including:
    • Variants.ITERPARSE

    • Variants.LINE_BY_LINE

Returns

Trace log object

Return type

log

Module contents

This file is part of PM4Py (More Info: https://pm4py.fit.fraunhofer.de).

PM4Py is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

PM4Py is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with PM4Py. If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.