Defining the Grouping campaign - 6.5

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The campaign you create here allows data stewards to label a sample of suspect records in the context of matching very high volume of data using machine learning on Spark.


  2. Enter a name and a description for the new campaign.
  3. Select GROUPING as the campaign type.
  4. In the QUESTION field, enter the question to use in the campaign, for example: Do the records match?
  5. Use the button to add one more choice, and enter the answers in the ANSWERS fields as shown in the above capture.
  6. Click the switch next to ENABLE TASK RESOLUTION DELAY and set the delay to be used to calculate the due dates.

    The due date is calculated by adding the delay you set to the date and time of loading the tasks in the campaign. If you leave this option disabled, the DUE DATE column in the task list stays empty and tasks do not have resolution delay.

    The due date in a Grouping campaign is the most recent date of all the records.

  7. Click in the CAMPAIGN OWNERS field and select from the list one or more users to grant them access on the current campaign.
    This list shows all the users defined in Talend Administration Center and assigned the role of campaign owners.