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Celonis Product Documentation

Working with the Graph

The graph in Process Sphere shows a complete overview of your business processes in a layout resembling a subway map. Each subway line represents a specific object being processed, while each stop on the subway line is a specific event within that process.

The data included in the graph is based on the objects and events selected from the View Control panel. You can also further customize the information shown in the graph by applying filters to the available data.

In Process Sphere, you has two general ways to drive your analyses:

  1. Control the graph via View Control: The features in the View Control panel allow you to control what you see in the graph. You choose the specific object types or event types to show in the analysis, as well as selecting which types to hide. The View Control does not filter the data within the select objects and events, it only determines which are included.

  2. Control the data using filters: Filters are your way to control the data within the selected objects and events. Applying filters reduces the data used for a particular analysis and limits what is shown in the graph. Filters are propagated down the process to subsequent stops. For example, if you apply a filter on orders created after a specific date this will be propagated to the related deliveries, so that only deliveries that relate to those orders are shown in the analysis.