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RadarOpus Library

The largest Homeopathic Library in the world

ready at your finger tips

click HERE to browse the full English-speaking library (including payable items)

You are only ever a click away from searching through a vast database of repertories, keynotes, provings, materia medica, journals and clinical cases!

RadarOpus contains:

  • More than 1.600 Materia Medica and documents*
    • (including works from Master, Vermeulen, Vithoulkas, Van Woensel, Scholten, Julian, Joshi, Araujo, some of the best Homeopathic Journals of the past century, themes and more!)
  • More than 80 Repertories*
    • (including our unique Synthesis Repertory by Dr. F. Schroyens, as well as other great Repertories by Sherr, Boenninghausen, Dimitriadis, Murphy, Pennekamp, Rathmer, Pitcairn, Bianchi and more!)
  • Modern Provings and Materia Medicas are being added all the time- it is not only the repertory that needs to be updated! Many provings are given for free.

As far as we know this brings you the largest library in the World of Homeopathic works in a software!

*based on all available data in all languages


Be inspired to research the old and new

In RadarOpus, you can:

  • Easily and quickly combine several sources for your own articles or assignments.
  • Copy and paste rubrics and materia medica.
  • Take screenshots of your Analysis to share with teachers and colleagues.
  • Send your case to a teacher / colleague for supervision / teaching.

To make the most of our amazing library, you need a powerful & versatile search tool

RadarOpus boasts a simple yet powerful search tool to investigate your entire library in seconds. That means you can browse results from all repertories and materia medica simultaneously! Any source of information can be transformed into a custom rubric in your Analysis or viewed with our totally unique Graphic Analysis Module. So, whether you find that all-important characteristic symptom in Synthesis, Phatak’s repertory, a Journal, Case or Proving, you can always utilize that information in the most practical way – helping you to solve your case with the minimum fuss!

Our search tool is incredibly versatile.

You can:

  • Comb your library for combinations of keywords within a sentence, paragraph or set number of words.
    • This could be in a rubric or in Keynotes, Provings, Materia Medica or a published case. You can then extract your findings graphically or create your own custom rubrics direct from the source material.
  • Open several search tabs at once and create a bar-graph analysis.
  • Turn any symptom in the Materia Medica into a rubric!
    • Search results from all documents can be instantly combined to a custom rubric to augment the traditional repertory results.
      Watch Video Tutorial here.
  • Extract all the rubrics for any remedy.
    • Choose to see the italic, bold or underlined rubrics. Find the single-remedy rubrics (SRP). Find the rubrics where the remedy is not outranked by any other… + more!
      Watch Video Tutorial here.
  • Compare any number of remedies side by side.
    • E.G. Search for your leading 5 remedies in the modalities chapter of Boger’s Repertory to compare how they match your case.
      Watch Video Tutorial here.
  • Specify a word-wrap to locate precision symptoms.
  • Search for a family.
  • Create your own document mix.
    • Choose your favourite Repertories and Materia Medica to search in. E.G, want to search only in pure materia medica? Select Hering, Allen and Hahnemann. Want to see the Genius approach? Select Boger, Phatak and Vermeulen.
      Watch Video Tutorial here.
  • Search by chapters, cases, pathologies or type of book
    • Provings, journals, keynotes, materia medica and more...
  • Create a Search Area based on the chapters and rubrics most frequently used for certain types of case.
    • E.G, When you are researching possible remedies in a differential diagnosis, research each remedy candidate through your custom Search Area for a targeted appraisal of the remedy’s suitability.

+ MORE! Visit the Academy Section.