Posted by: Marek
Sir, I have to ask again: What is Repertorium Publicum. How and who written it? The link You gave me is not leading to the answer. Marek
Repertorium Publicum is a modern repertory based on James Tyler Kent’s Repertory. Repertorium Publicum contains the most recent additions, corrections and updates. It was created by Vladimir Polony with the idea of providing the first modern open source repertory to the general public. Since its start in 2008, Repertorium Publicum has grown substantially, surpassing the other free repertories with both quality and quantity of content. A lot of care has been put into adding the most up-to-date information from recent as well as time-proven authors.
Among the newly added authors, you can find names like, W. Boericke, C. M. Boger, J.H. Clarke, R. Murphy, G. Vithoulkas, R. Morrison, and many more.
* 717,010 remedy additions
* 74,486 symptoms
* 1,090 remedies
* 39,154 cross references
Repertorium Publicum in the latest version (0.9) is by far the biggest modern open-source repertory, featuring 238,000 remedy additions, more than Kent’s Repertory. In addition, there are 442 extra remedies, including over 1,000 symptoms of Carcinosinum. This and many other features make Repertorium Publicum the new milestone of open source repertories.
I found it and downloaded it from here: http://www.homeopathyonline.org/download.php.
There are Windows, Mac and Linux options. However, the Free option appears to be limited since they have 3 other ways of downloading with Basic, Intermediate and Professional. Prices are from US$300.00 to US$1100.00.
So much for open source homeopathy software!
I just found a website in India, where the real OpenSource Software OpenRep is made available for everyone for free:
Thanks a lot Andreas sir. I found it very useful.
But Repertories are not loading.