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Time Capsule — Johan Lammers at Process Mining Camp 2014

To celebrate our brand-new home for camp talks we are releasing the talks from Process Mining Camp 2013 and 2014 for the first time. Grab a snack, sit back, and enjoy the journey through time, back to the early stages of our process mining community from six years ago!

Johan Lammers at CBS: Process Mining and Official Statistics (Netherlands)

Johan Lammers from Statistics Netherlands has been a business analyst and statistical researcher for almost 30 years. In their business, processes have two faces: You can produce statistics about processes and processes are needed to produce statistics. As a government-funded office, the efficiency and the effectiveness of their processes is important to spend that public money well.

Johan takes us on a journey of how official statistics are made. One way to study dynamics in statistics is to take snapshots of data over time. A special way is the panel survey, where a group of cases is followed over time. He shows how process mining could test certain hypotheses much faster compared to statistical tools like SPSS.

Watch Johan’s talk now!

Read this update and stay tuned for this year’s Process Mining Camp!

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