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  • MacRepertory Classic | repertory.org
    Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home MacRepertory Classic MacRepertory Classic Feature Differences MacRepertory 7 0 Pro Once you click on a section icon MacRepertory s repertory window looks just like the book you re used to The remedies are plain italicized or bold and the indenting is preserved you ll feel right at home Our familiar format makes it easy to migrate from your books to the computer Of course when using a computer you have a lot more control over the ways you can view the repertory You can hide all of the sub rubrics and see just the main rubrics You can hide all of the remedies in the rubrics or just show the strongest remedies or instead of showing them in alphabetical order list them by grade In the non English versions you can switch between English and the translation or show both languages simultaneously To collect rubrics for the analysis just point the mouse at the rubric and click If you are like most homeopaths there are those times when you really struggle when analyzing your cases You have to find the perfect rubrics Choosing rubrics is so fast that you could select 20 symptoms in less than a minute If you get a call from someone suffering from a migraine you can collect their symptoms as quickly as they describe them to you Another click and the rubrics are analyzed You can even pick and search for rubrics from different repertories until you find the exact rubrics you need Once you ve narrowed the case down to a handful of remedies MacRepertory gives you easy access to the confirmatory information you need to verify your findings Just press

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  • Theme Analysis | repertory.org
    but don t know its name We do know that it is 600 pages with a brown cover it may mention wheels children safety style traveling and flat As homeopaths we d ignore the size and look of the book since these are common symptoms and scour each book for any mention of the unusual words We d waste a lot of time looking through magazines pamphlets and encyclopedia as well as books that are white black green etc Instead I suggest we collect all of the brown books that are about 600 pages reducing our search to 50 books and then look for the specific words With this approach we can be confident that our book is in the reduced pile and if we choose the wrong book it is easy to go back and re search without starting from scratch Here s how this works with patients As I take the case I note general themes that are clear long lasting and well represented in the repertory for example being cold joint pain and jealousy These are not distinctive but they are reliable aspects of the patient and the sort of rubrics I am confident will have the patient s remedy In the Rubrics Clipboard I create theme categories by pressing on the T button and giving each theme a name to see the blob theme view I click on the button of the blob in the lower right In this case jealousy is very consistent pervasive and long standing so I make it larger important by dragging a corner or pressing 3 Once my patient has left I switch to the list view by clicking on the List icon in the lower right Each of my theme categories are in bold with a triangle in front of

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  • Patient Chart Window | repertory.org
    Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 12 5 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Patient Chart Window The Patient Chart Window

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  • Theme Palette | repertory.org
    E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Theme Palette Analyzing with themes A significant part of my last 25 years has been spent thinking about case analysis Our process is something like this we interview the patient who tells us her story we take parts of that story turn them into rubrics look them up in the repertory count up the scores read about the indicated remedies and prescribe In other words our successful prescribing is dependent on the patient s awareness of himself his telling us the most significant information in the allotted time our ability to hear and recognize the significant information our ability to translate the significant information into appropriate repertory language the repertory having the rubrics we decided upon which relies on that information from the materia medica being condensed intact into the repertory which is dependent upon the proving being transposed intact into the materia medica which is dependent on the best substance having been proven and of course our ability to match patient and remedy A daunting task One way to

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  • Feature Comparison MacRepertory Classic and Pro | repertory.org
    Homeopathic Info Libraries Languages Contacts Demonstrations Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 1 0 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Feature Comparison MacRepertory Classic and Pro MacRepertory Pro and Classic Feature Comparison Feature Classic Pro Thematic Analysis Yes Yes Find Words in the Repertory or Materia Medica Yes Yes Find Remedies in the Repertory Yes Yes Analyze Using a Variety of Strategies Yes Yes Klein s Theme Palette and Analysis Yes Yes Print and Save Charts and Graphs Yes Yes Core or Full Library and Optional books Yes Yes Combine Remedy and Word searches Yes Yes Import Super Rubrics from ReferenceWorks Yes Yes Make Repertory Changes Yes Create New Analysis Strategies Yes Design your own Graphs Yes Analyze by Family or Groups Yes Combine Remedy

    Original URL path: http://www.repertory.org/d/node/56?destination=node%2F56 (2016-02-12)
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  • Library Core III for MacRepertory | repertory.org
    Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 8 6 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Library Core III for MacRepertory REPERTORIES 6 1 Acute Repertory 2 Boenninghausen s Repertory 3 Complete Classics Repertory 4 Douglass Repertory 5 Kent s Repertory 6 Relationships Repertory MATERIA MEDICA 34 1 Blackwood s Manual 2 Boenninghausen Characteristics 3 Boenninghausen s Extraction 4 Boericke s Extraction 5 Breyfogle s Epitome 6 Buck s Materia Medica 7 Burt s Characteristics 8 Clark s ABC Manual 9 Clarke s Characteristics 10 Clarke s Extraction 11 Cleveland s Salient MM 12 Cowperthwaite s Textbook 13 Dewey s Practical 14 Dunham s MM 15 Guernsey s Key Notes 16 Hansen s Textbook of MM 17 Jones Medical Genius 18 Kent s Extraction 19 KHA s Confirmatories 20 KHA s Keynotes 21 Knerr s Extraction 22 Leeser s

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  • MacRepertory Library VI | repertory.org
    and 1 guest online Home MacRepertory Library VI Repertories 24 Acute Repertory Allen s Repertory Bach Mind Repertory Bach Kent Mind Repertory Boenninghausen s Repertory Boericke s Repertory Boger s Synoptic Repertory Clarke s Repertory Complete Classics Repertory by Roger van Zandvoort Douglass Repertory Eizayaga s Repertory Family Repertory Jahr s Repertory Kent s Repertory Knerr s Repertory Marsh s Clinical Repertory Mirilli s Repertory Murphy s III Repertory Palmer s Repertory Relationships Repertory Robert s Repertory Scholten s Repertory Ward s Repertory Welte s Color Repertory Materia Medica 68 Allen s Keynotes Blackwood s Manual Boenninghausen Characteristics Boenninghausen s Extraction Boericke s Extraction Boericke s Materia Medica Boger s Synoptic Key Bowel Nosode Keynotes Bradford s Index Breyfogle s Epitome Buck s Materia Medica Burt s Characteristics Choudhuri s Study of MM Clark s ABC Manual Clarke s Characteristics Clarke s Extraction Cleveland s Salient MM Cowperthwaite s Textbook Desai s Magnificent Plants Dunham s MM Dewey s Practical Farrington s Comparative MM Foubister s Hints Gibson s Studies of Remedies Gladwin s MM World Guernsey s Key Notes Hansen s Textbook MM Hartmann Homeopathic Hawkes 100 Remedies Hawkes Characteristics Jessen s Materia Medica Jones Medical Genius Kent s

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  • MacRepertory Libraries | repertory.org
    Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 15 0 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home MacRepertory Libraries There are several libraries available for MacRepertory Explanation Think of the libraries as being a bit like mp3 music files which don t do anything on their own but require a music player like iTunes to liberate the music from them So in this model replace iTunes with MacRepertory and the music files with the repertories and books which are specially engineered in software terms to work only with MacRepertory That s why the books and repertories for MacRepertory are not compatible with ReferenceWorks which is an entirely different sort of application program and hence requires books and repertories to be designed exclusively for itself English Core III 6 Repertories 34

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