As a reviewer, you are assigned a sampling of the records in a dataset and asked to place them into the predefined categories of a taxonomy. When you are sure of the category for a record, you "label" the record with that category.
- If that category is already associated with the record, either by another reviewer or by Tamr, you can upvote the label.
- If a different category is already associated with the record and you disagree with that categorization, you can downvote it.
If you're sure that the category you selected is more accurate, you also label the record with your category by adding it.
You can also comment on records to provide context or an explanation for your responses. If you aren't sure of which category a record belongs to, provide an explanatory comment instead of guessing.
- To locate records that are assigned to you, filter categorizations.
- To provide your feedback, review categorizations.
Verifiers are responsible for deciding between conflicting responses. By providing labels, upvoting and downvoting the labels provided by others, and adding comments, reviewers give the verifiers insight into the perspectives of different experts, and ultimately help them make the most informed decisions.
For information on configuring the display of tabular data in Tamr, or searching for data, see Navigating Data.
Updated 21 days ago