Double-click tMatchModel to display the
Basic settings view and define the component
In the Matching Key table, click the
[+] button to add rows in the table and select the
columns on which you want to base the match computation.
The Original_Id column is ignored in the computation of the matching model.
- Select the Save the model on file system check box and in the Folder field, set the path to the local folder where you want to generate the matching model file.
Select the Integration with Data Stewardship check box
and set the connection parameters to the Talend Data Stewardship
- In the URL field, enter the address of the application suffixed with /data-stewardship/, for example http://localhost:19999/data-stewardship/.
Enter your login information to the server in the
Username and Password
To enter your password, click the [...] button next to the Password field, enter your password between double quotes in the dialog box that opens and click OK.
- Click Find a campaign to open a dialog box which lists the campaigns defined in Talend Data Stewardship and for which you are the owner or you have the access rights.
- Select the campaign from which to read the grouping tasks, Site deduplication in this example, and click OK.
Click Advanced settings and set the below
- Set the maximum number of the tokens to be used in the phonetic comparison in the corresponding field.
In the Random Forest hyper parameters tuning
field, enter the ranges for the decision trees you want to build and
These parameters are important for the accuracy of the model.
- Leave the other by-default parameters unchanged.
- Press F6 to execute the Job and generate the matching model in the output folder.
You can now use this model with the tMatchPredict component to label all the duplicates computed by tMatchPairing.
For further information, see Labeling suspect pairs with assigned labels.