Initialize the content classifier for your project

When you first create a project, the project no content classifier. This is true even if some classes have content classification training enabled. To use content classification, initialize the top-level content classifier.

Note If the Delete Delete icon button is disabled, the content classifier is not initialized for your project.

You can initialize the content classifier so that you can use content classification in your project by following these steps:

  1. On the Project tab, in the Configuration group, select Project Settings Project Settings icon.
  2. Click the Classification tab to view the classification settings.
  3. In the Content Classification group, a Content Classifier value.

    In most cases, use the Adaptive Feature Classifier value. Use the Text Classifier value only if you are working on an upgraded project that uses this classification method, or you need to use an old Text Classifier from an old project.

  4. Click the Content Classifier Properties button.

    The Adaptive Feature Classifier Properties window is displayed.

  5. Optionally, configure the AFC content classification settings.
  6. Click OK to save your changes and close the Adaptive Feature Classifier Properties window.

    The window closes, the AFC content classifier is initialized, and the Reset button is enabled.

  7. Optionally, click OK to close the Project Settings window.
  8. Optionally, add training documents to the Classification Set.
  9. If separation is configured for your project, from the Process tab on the Ribbon, in the Train group, click Separation & Classification. If separation is not configured, click Classification instead.

    The documents in your Classification Set are trained using the newly initialized AFC content classifier.

  10. Save the changes to your project.
  11. Optionally, test your classification settings.