tamr-unify-client is compatible with Python 3.6 or newer.

Stable releases

Installation is as simple as:

pip install tamr-unify-client


poetry add tamr-unify-client


If you don’t use poetry, we recommend you use a virtual environment for your project and install the Python Client into that virtual environment.

You can create a virtual environment with Python 3 via:

python3 -m venv my-venv

For more, see The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Python.

Latest (unstable)


This project uses the new pyproject.toml file, not a file, so make sure you have the latest version of pip installed: `pip install -U pip.

To install the bleeding edge:

git clone
cd tamr-client
pip install .

Offline installs

First, download tamr-unify-client and its dependencies on a machine with online access to PyPI:

pip download tamr-unify-client -d tamr-unify-client-requirements
zip -r tamr-unify-client-requirements

Then, ship the .zip file to the target machine where you want tamr-unify-client installed. You can do this via email, cloud drives, scp or any other mechanism.

Finally, install tamr-unify-client from the saved dependencies:

pip install --no-index --find-links=tamr-unify-client-requirements tamr-unify-client

If you are not using a virtual environment, you may need to specify the --user flag if you get permissions errors:

pip install --user --no-index --find-links=tamr-unify-client-requirements tamr-unify-client