The course is designed and presented by professor aptly for beginners. I think before reading the Process Mining book it is good to take this course and then read the book later. The quizzes are good.
Good content, very thorough, and I learned a LOT! Took more time than suggested, as I learn by taking notes and reproducing diagrams. But the course structure allowed for frequent pauses to do this.
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by Pavel Z•
Thank you for your course! I really liked it, and it was a pleasure to listen to the professor and his clear explanations. It definitely made a difference to me.
I gave four stars out of five since I reckon it could have been more practice with Disco and ProM incorporated into the course. And probably it should be done for all learners, not only for those who choose to. For sure it is a quite time consuming task for the students, but maybe week quizes could be changed, so that there are both practical and theoretical parts.
Thanks again! I enjoyed it learning with you!
by Mathijs L•
seems that the course was updated once or twice, whereby the video is no longer up to date (example chapter of the books at the end of each course is not matching which the slides). Particular questions don't have options displayed (so you need to do a multiple-choice with all blanc answers). Very interesting course, but some chapters are hard to chew thru. Nonetheless well worked out, I am pleased with my certificate. I believe this is indeed a very promising topic for the future to be familiar with. Thank you
by Elia C•
Extremely interesting subject. The exposition is for the most part remarkably clear, though it amounts to a necessarily quick introduction to the vast variety of tecniques and tools. The student is supposed to conduct a lot of practice as self-study and experimenting. Giving 4 stars out of 5 instead of full marks only because I feel this course might work better in an extended format, going more in-depth on real cases and guiding the students through the hurdles and subtleties of such analyses.
by Greg P•
I really like this course. It does a good job of introducing students to process mining. I took away one star because I took the honors option and there is no way to ensure it is reviewed/corrected. Therefore I paid for the option but have received no credit. I agree that actually working with the data is a much needed step, but if there's no way to get it checked to get credit or revise it, then the option is effectively worthless.
by Wasay A•
A very information course of a new and currently developing field of process mining. Every bit of information was elaborate and clear. As an advisory associate, it had practical benefits to my own work as well. However, the only possible thing that lacked was ways to acquire the data or cleaning it to be put into the data mining software. My practical application of the concepts taught have been greatly restricted due to that.
by José F C•
Comprehensive dive into the world of Process Mining, from the most basic concepts into advanced topics, such as applying Process Mining to live data. Unfortunately, while I leave this course with a solid foundation, I wish there were tutorial lectures dedicated to go through practical exercises (namely in ProM and/or Disco). Great course overall.
by Nathan L•
Very detailed, thorough, and comprehensive. However, reason why I gave a 4 is because I felt some areas were a bit difficult to understand. Because I have a background in process improvement and data analytics, I was able to navigate and figure out the content, but for someone without this knowledge, it could get overwhelming.
by Sven S•
The content of the course was excellent. The Android app is a little bit poor, especially if one would do the quizzes. The pictures are not very well to watch. For some topics (e.g. Alpha Algorithm) I would have appreciated it, if you could replay an example very clearly and in a deep detail.
Good short course to get introduced into the formalism of process mining. Beginning might be a bit overly formal with not much justification for why this formalism is best. Could use a bit more real-world examples at the end, and how data science and machine learning can help.
by An N•
The course is a very nice introduction. I would have liked to give more additional hints to more advanced methods for an audience interested in perusing a PhD in this field. E.g. some optional implementation tasks/project would have been nice.
by Raphael F•
Curso bem completo, com certa profundidade de análises, com cálculos complexos.
Bastante interessante para pessoas que trabalham ou se preparam para trabalhar com Process Mining.
O professor é bastante didático e claro em suas explicações.
by Theo d K•
Good course, interesting subject. Sometimes examples are presented too quickly, without explaining where certain numbers come from. References to chapters in the book refer to another edition of the book (no biggie)
by Martin L•
An excellent course to get a broad overview of the innerworkings of process mining. Somewhat more on the technical side so I strongly recommend doing the honors assignments to get to the practical aspects.
by Maximilian P•
The topics covered in the course were very interesting, though the course would have been more valuable if accompanied with python programming of case studies.
Kind regards Max
by Ivan A•
Good overview of the subject process mining. It could have been some more focus on working with process mining cases and utilizing the tools to get more hands-on experience.
by Sameer K•
Good introductory course to data mining. It would help if the disco demo version has a higher limit ( >100 lines) as that would allow better experimentation with real data.
by Jelmer J G•
I would like to have 1 more week in which one can go through a process mining process from start to end, step by step. Furthermore, great course, very hands-on and useful