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 Traces and events are described by attributes. Traces and events are described by attributes.
  
-===== Import =====+===== Import/​Export ​=====
  
-  ​From XES files (''​.xes''​ or ''​.xes.gz''​). Several import plugins are available that differ in their performany and memory footprint+Import from  
 +  ​* XES files (''​.xes''​ or ''​.xes.gz''​). Several import plugins are available that differ in their performany and memory footprint
      * ProM log files (Naive), will always work, but has largest memory footprint      * ProM log files (Naive), will always work, but has largest memory footprint
      * ProM log files (XESlite - MapDB) **recommended importer**, most memory efficient representation      * ProM log files (XESlite - MapDB) **recommended importer**, most memory efficient representation
  
-===== Export ​===== +Export ​to  
- +  *XES file (''​.xes''​ or ''​.xes.gz''​). Several export plugnis are available
-  * to XES file (''​.xes''​ or ''​.xes.gz''​). Several export plugnis are available+
     * Compressed XES files **recommended exporter**, write to a compressed "​.xes.gz"​ file     * Compressed XES files **recommended exporter**, write to a compressed "​.xes.gz"​ file
     * XES files, write to an uncompresses ''​.xes''​ file     * XES files, write to an uncompresses ''​.xes''​ file
-    ​* CSV files, convert to a ''​csv''​ file to use in process mining tools that do not support the XES standard or for use in table-based data analysis frameworks+  ​* CSV file, convert to a ''​csv''​ file to use in process mining tools that do not support the XES standard or for use in table-based data analysis frameworks
  
-===== Convert from =====+===== Usage =====
  
-  ​* from Event table (CSV file) using [[docs:​plugins:​Convert CSV to XES]] plugin+You can create an event log  
 +  ​* from an event table (CSV file) using [[docs:​plugins:​Convert CSV to XES]] plugin
  
-===== Convert to =====+You can use event logs with almost all [[docs:​plguins:​start|plugins]] in ProM.
  
-  * to be added 
  
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