PM.RESOURCE.MAP

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AXCEL.PM.RESOURCE.MAP function

This function is part of Process Mining (PM) functions in Axcel and generates a resource map.

Syntax

AXCEL.PM.RESOURCE.MAP(data, [type])


The AXCEL.PM.RESOURCE.MAP function syntax has the following arguments:

data Required. This is a table of events. Input data could be provided in 4,5, and 6 column formats.

4-column data:

Data should be structured in the order of record, process, resource, and timestamp as follows:

record process resource timestamp
record 1 process xresource y 2012-01-02T12:23:00.000+01:00

In this format, Axcel assumes that all processes are “complete” and every event is an individual process.

5-column data:

Data should be structured in the order of record, process, resource, start_time and end_time as follows:

record process resource start_time end_time
record 1 process xresource y 2012-01-02T12:23:00.000+01:00 2012-01-02T12:46:00.000+01:00

6-column data:

Data should be structured in the order of record, process, resource, timestamp, status and handling_id as follows:

record process resource timestamp status handling_id
record 1 process xresource y 2012-01-02T12:23:00.000+01:00 start1
record 1process xresource y2012-01-02T12:46:00.000+01:00 complete 1

In this format, each record, process and resource action has a start and complete status which are grouped by handling_id.

type Optional. By default Axcel uses absolute type but user can define “absolute”, or “relative”. Here is the definition of each:

  • Absolute frequency of flows
  • Relative frequency of flows

Here is an example based on patient-hospital operation data. You can pull this data by executing AXCEL.DATASETS(“hospital-process-mining”). Considering you pulled your data in cell A1#, you need to run:

=AXCEL.PM.RESOURCE.MAP(A1#)

After execution, the details of the event is shown in the console and a resource map plot is also generated in the task pane: