This is a page for software developers. If you wish to download the actual software using these additions, please proceed here.
André Saine and his collaborators have been making additions to the Complete Repertory 4.5 since 1997, adding rubrics and remedies from old materia medicae (mostly Materia Medica Pura Project) and from their clinical experience. These additions were freely available, unfortunately, only for users of one specific homeopathic software.
We thought it would be great if EVERYONE could benefit from these additions (since they are supposed to be free), so we bugged André until he gave us all the files of his additions, just to get rid of us. Thanks for your patience, André
It took some doing to get the data from the files organized into some more enlightened format, but you can download them below either as an SQL dump to be imported to the database of your choice or as a ready-to-use database – either in SQLite or Microsoft Access formats.
The ZIP archive contains the following files:
|repadds_release20131119.db3||SQLite database of the repertory additions|
|repadds_release20131119.mdb||Microsoft Access database of the repertory additions|
|def_tables.sql||Database tables SQL definitions|
|data_complete_dump_20131119.sql||Complete SQL data import of the tables, without table definitions|
|data_instructlist_20131119.sql||SQL import of InstructList table|
|data_refsource_20131119.sql||SQL import of RefSource table|
|data_remedyconversion_20131119.sql||SQL import of RemedyConversion table|
|data_repadditions_20131119.sql||SQL import of RepAdditions table|
You can use these additions to upgrade your repertories. These additions were added to Complete Repertory 4.5, but basically you can use them to update any Kent-based repertory you have (with some tweaking of the rubrics).
The structure of the database tables should be self-explanatory, but here is some basic info anyway:
|RemedyConversion||Contains unique Remedy IDs used in the RepAdditions table, unique remedy names and original remedy abreviations used in the additions|
|RefSource||Contains references of the additions in the RepAdditions table|
|InstructList||List of instructions used to add / edit the additions|
|RepAdditions||The actual additions to the repertory|
Repertory additions should be applied from the RepAdditions table, in the order they are inserted (sorted by RID). The instructions (R_Instruction column) you should be interested in are: