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.
By Amarildo J F d L•
O fato de não ter tradução para português impactou bastante na compreensão de algumas atividades
By Rine l C•
Very interesting course. Theory in the book goes quite deep, but it shows a lot of potential.
By Alberto C B•
Best course out there in Process Mining! The professor explains the topic in a very good way.
By Felix G•
some tasks/assignments were a bit cubersome to navigate but overall a great course
By Jesús R S•
Good approach to an interesting topic and extensive practise exercises with tools.
By Tania K•
Great course. A lot of academic knowledge but also covers practical experience
By A M•
Good course. Gives a nice overview over the topic Process Mining
By Chow K M•
More examples to explain calculations would be helpful.
a bit academic in the beginning, but really interesting.
By Dardo G•
Very interesting, practical and full o information.
I think practical tasks in ProM should be included
By Robin G•
Very clear presentation and a lot of examples
By DHAMMA A•
NO COMPLICATIONS IN THIS COURSE
By Eric S•
Useful information for my work
By Lerata M•
Challenging and fun
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By Sofie H•
Sometimes too technical. It would have enjoyed it more if there would have been the possibility to choose which aspects of Process Mining I was interested in. In one of the last lessons, I came to the understanding that I want to apply process mining to spaghetti-structured event data, therefore I had to learn a lot about prediction, recommendation and so on which than turned out to be completely useless for me. I have the same feeling for the petri net, workflow syste, BPMI and so on that are presented; this is only useful for some users while this takes a large part of the study time. It may thus be recommended to organize a more 'practical' PM course for users interested in using Disco and a more technical course for users interested in more advanced analysing techniques.
By Sylvie B•
Significant learnings on content which appears rationale but proved not to be in modules 2 and 4. The concepts of deadlock, soundness, live is not well explained. The time required is significantly more than advertized by Coursera. The quiz are not timed, even though there is a time indication. Some questions on the quiz have multiple correct answers, which are sometimes very subjective and tricky to get right. Lots of mental gymnastics and computation. Sadly, the concept of peer-graded assignment to strive for honors roll does not work well as the number of learners at anytime is very few, if any. The honors assignment on module 4 is very lengthy and regrettably cannot be completed satisfactorily because of software issues.
By alex b•
Some topics are a bit glazed over and others with concepts that are acknowledged to have major shortcomings (e.g. the alpha algorithm) have a heavy focus in the course and exam despite these shortcomings. Frequent notational switches ("we can automatically change this to ___ ") can make some lectures harder to follow as well, if you're not perfectly versed in some of the leveraged notations in this course. OK overall.
By Martin S•
Good introduction to theory of process mining, but most of the techniques are problematic and therefore not practical, and the test questions are tedious as they focus on testing whether you can remember the theory rather than how to apply the theory to real-world problems.
By Niko M•
Very good course. More real life cases and process mining examples would be beneficial.
By Babak N R•
It should be more practical and the screenshots quality needs to be improved
By Daniel C J•
Poco enfocado al soundness