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Viewing and Editing a Project's Settings

View a project's ID or update its name or properties.

When you choose the Tamr logo at top left, the Tamr Core home page displays a tile for each project. The option to edit a project appears when you move your cursor over the top right corner of a project tile.

Tip: For information about working with enrichment projects, see Creating an Enrichment Project.

To view or edit project settings:

  1. Navigate to the home page.
  2. Move your cursor over the top right corner of the project tile and then select Edit edit icon.
  3. Edit the project's settings. See Settings for Projects.
  4. Select Save.
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Editing the settings for a project.

Tip: Only authors and admins can access the Permissions tab to edit project access. See Editing a Project’s Permissions.

Settings for Projects

You can view and edit the following information for projects.

Tip: When an author or admin creates a project, some fields are not available. The project must be edited to change the default values for those fields.

Field

Description

Project ID

Applies to schema mapping, mastering, and categorization projects only. Read only. Appears in the top right corner of the Edit dialog box.
Tip: Golden records projects do not display the project ID. Use the Tamr Core API to find the project ID. See List all projects.

Project name

Project names cannot include the characters /, \, or :, a leading ., or leading or trailing white spaces.
Note: Avoid using other special characters in project names. Project names that include the characters ?, #, or % can cause errors later in the project workflow.
When you edit the name of a project, the name of the project’s associated unified dataset does not change. Tamr Core uses the initially-supplied project name for the unified dataset in the format [project name]_unified_dataset. You cannot change dataset names after Tamr Core creates them.

Description

Optional.

What are you mastering? /
What do the records in your dataset represent?

Singular and plural identifiers for an entity.

  • For mastering projects, defaults to supplier/s; other examples are customer/s or employee/s.
  • For categorization projects, defaults to part/s; other examples are product/s or transaction/s.

What should we call potential duplicate records?

Applies to mastering projects only. Singular and plural identifiers for rows that might be duplicates. Defaults to pair/s.

What currency are monetary values in?

Applies to mastering and categorization projects only. Enter the symbol to use.

How should we refer to a row in a dataset?

Singular and plural identifiers for dataset rows. Defaults to record/s.

What does the numerical analysis column contain?

Applies to mastering and categorization projects only. If you identify a unified attribute as the "spend" attribute, Tamr Core aggregates values to allow navigation by spend amount. Defaults to spend.

What Spark configuration should jobs in this project run with?

For installations with multiple Spark configurations, directs this project's jobs to a specific configuration. To learn more about Spark configuration options, see the Tamr Core Help Center.

What is the maximum amount of Learned Pairs that should be generated per cluster?

Applies to mastering projects only. After you run Update Unified Dataset for the first time you can enable learned pairs for the project by setting a number greater than 0 for this field. The default value, 0, leaves this feature disabled.
Tamr recommends setting this field to 10. For more information, see the recommended setting.
After you enable this feature, you must regenerate pairs in order for Tamr Core to begin learning pair labels based on your cluster feedback.

Enable Transformations

Applies to mastering and categorization projects only. Enable or disable transformations for categorization and mastering projects.