In a Tamr project, curator is the role given to subject matter experts who compose business rules
and apply or reject the validation responses made by reviewers and other curators.
When you are a curator for a mastering project, you:
- Map input attributes to the attributes of a unified schema, and specify which attributes Tamr should use to potential matches. See Working with the Unified Dataset.
- Define a blocking model to give Tamr guidelines about what makes records similar enough to possibly match and eliminate records that are too dissimilar to ever match. See Defining the Blocking Model.
- Assign record pairs to subject matter experts to solicit their feedback. Your experts (known in Tamr as reviewers) can confirm whether record pairs match. See Assigning record pairs to reviewers.
- Review and verify expert match/no match input on suggested record pairs. See Curating record pairs.
- Manage records in clusters. You can verify the records in a cluster, merge clusters together, and move records between clusters. See Curating Clusters.
- Can include enriched data as part of the mastering project, if enrichment is enabled for your organization. See Managing Enrichment Projects.
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