Content Model

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A Content Model is the digital representation in Grooper of a document set's content. What content you want to glean from your documents is all set up within a Content Model, including the system for classifying documents and what data you want to extract from them.

Content Models are the fundamental Content Type.  Other Content Types are established within a Content Model.  Content Models have two main purposes in Grooper:  

Content Models define the classification taxonomy for a set of documents.  This means a list of distinct types of documents is defined here as well as how a document is classified.  Content Models also house Data Models and their Data Elements.  They define what data is extracted from documents and how that is accomplished.