Repertorization - dynamic set of repertory rubrics
One of unique features offered by Homeopathy Pro is the dynamic set of rubrics selected for repertorization.
Usually, you will want to study the case under consideration from different points of view, using different sets of repertory rubrics. That would result in creating several case files, one for each set, but not with Homeopathy Pro. Our program makes it possible to easily manipulate various sets of rubrics within the same case file.
A well-taken case will often present a good number of symptoms, which will sometimes result in using some extra repertory rubrics for your analysis. Don't be afraid to add too many rubrics to your case file, as you will easily manage their number later on.
For example, you have selected 15 repertory rubrics while analyzing the case. It is usually too many for a good, clear repertorization. On the other hand, each rubric of these 15 can be most important for finding the correct remedy. Here's what you can do with Homeopathy Pro.
Just use the checkbox next to any selected rubric to temporarily exclude it from your analysis. The rubric text will become gray, and all remedies contained in this rubric will be excluded from repertorization results. Should you need this rubric again, use the same checkbox again to include the rubric into your analysis.
You can also create several case files with different sets of rubrics to analyze the current case, but it is not so convenient as adding all rubrics to the same case file and then using our tweaking option to view the case from different angles. Should you have any questions on working with sets of repertory rubrics within a single case file, just write a message to our support service and get detailed instructions on how to manage your case.