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Is there a way to get the average time it takes a single event to complete the process?

My process has multiple instances at the start event. Through the process, many of these instances are discounted or terminated. However, some make it all the way to the end. The total times provided within the report/results is of the duration of the whole process, not individual instances. I would like an indication of the average time taken to complete an individual instance that gets from the start of the process to the end - suggestions, please?

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Dear Martin,

At the moment to finish the simulation, Modeler shows the result of it:

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Please follow this article which explains how simulation works and how to understand it: http://help.bizagi.com/process-modeler/en/index.html?simulation_in_bizagi.htm

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Thank you. I had input timing data incorrect, which threw all the numbers out, so it appeared the Average Time taken was a culmination of all instances, not just one. Apologies for any wasted time.

With that, do you have any simple instructions for how to establish the 'Shape' and 'Scale' of a Beta curve? I need to model the probability of something happening (with more chance) at 30 mins, but it could happen anywhere up to 48 hours later (small chance).

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Dear Martin,

No problem. We are glad that you have found the mistake. Regarding your last question, it can be resolved with scenarios. Bizagi Simulation allows you to create multiple scenarios for your process model, to analyze different combinations of data input and observe many possible outcomes. Scenarios are completely independent from one another, from the definition of the scenario itself to the data included in each shape of the model.

For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/process-modeler/en/index.html?scenarios.htm

Best Regards