In this article, you will learn:
You have successfully ran a match by having an approved request through the Workspace tab
You have loaded additional tables to the Workspace (this is so that the Redshift database connections can be populated)
How to interpret the match table
When the match has successfully completed, you will have a table like the one below in your Workspace.
Each row corresponds to a match between 2 tokens, and each column with a '1' signifies if the tokens matched on that field, or combination of fields.
With this table, you can control the level of matching needed for your analysis, by either selecting rows that match on 1 or 2 particular fields, or selecting rows that match on the maximum number of fields.
How to continue analysis from the match table
With this match table, you can join this table with attributes from the organizations involved in the project (if available), or you can explore the match table to get basic statistics on the match rate, such as:
how many tokens matched from both sides,
how many unique tokens matched from both sides,
the proportion of tokens that matched from both sides,
the proportion of tokens that matched on a specific field, or groups of fields.