Building an Intelligent Homeopathy Assistant

Written by on July 7, 2024 in Homeopathy with 0 Comments
Building an Intelligent Homeopathy Assistant

I have written extensively about my initial work on developing homeopathy Repertorization software and more recently, on Case Analysis Using RAG and using Semantic Search to find rubrics. As a student of homeopathy, I have been continuously doing research on how to improve the quality of homeopathy case analysis and in particular, how Generative AI can help […]

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KP Astrology REST Server: Part 2

Written by on June 8, 2024 in Astrology, C++ with 0 Comments
KP Astrology REST Server: Part 2

In my earlier article, I had briefly described the REST server I wanted to build for Krishnamurti Padhdhati system of astrology. After a long time I have managed to complete the implementation and it is now ready for deployment. In this article, I will go over some of its features with the hope it will […]

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Using OpenAI from Mathematica

Written by on May 20, 2024 in Mathematica, OpenAI, Programming with 0 Comments
Using OpenAI from Mathematica

Mathematica was among the first to integrate with OpenAI. The functionality is nicely exposed in terms of a few pre-defined functions. Let us explore some of the functionality in today’s article. The simplest way to get started is to use LLMSynthesize function: It can take a few seconds before you get the answer. If this is […]

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Using Streamlit to Create Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Written by on March 26, 2024 in Programming, Python with 0 Comments
Using Streamlit to Create Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Is it possible to build a web application in Python to display (and evaluate) multiple-choice questions? Even more importantly, can we render “latex”  equations as part of the MCQ? After briefly looking at NiceGUI, Flet, Solara, Trame, and Streamlit, I decided to go ahead with Streamlit to build this web app.  Even though this was […]

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The Hy Programming Language – Part 2

Written by on March 9, 2024 in Hy Language, Programming with 0 Comments
The Hy Programming Language – Part 2

I wrote about “Hy” language in an earlier article. Since then I have been exploring the language some more, trying to get a better understanding of its features.  The following example uses inheritance to model different types of “Space” objects such as Asteroid, SpaceShip and Planet. It is taken from an earlier article that explained […]

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Using Similarity Search in Homeopathy Repertorization Software – Part 2

Written by on February 21, 2024 in Homeopathy, Python with 0 Comments
Using Similarity Search in Homeopathy Repertorization Software – Part 2

In my earlier article, I had explained how natural language text describing a symptom can be converted to a formal “rubric” by using a vector database. In today’s article, I will show how this can be extended to support multiple symptoms in the input text with automatic repertorisation to identify potential remedies. Let us consider […]

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Using Similarity Search in Homeopathy Repertorization Software

Written by on February 11, 2024 in Homeopathy with 1 Comment
Using Similarity Search in Homeopathy Repertorization Software

Homeopathy Repertorization software such as RadarOpus, MacRepertory, Vithoulkas Compass, and Synergy Homeopathic Software (SHS) are widely used by homeopaths to speed up case taking, repertorization and case analysis. All of them have a “Search” feature, where the given text is searched (typically based on key words and synonyms) against one or more repertories and the […]

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The Hy Programming Language

Written by on January 28, 2024 in Hy Language, LISP, Python with 0 Comments
The Hy Programming Language

In an earlier article I had explained how to execute Python code from within Common Lisp using “CLPython” package. In contrast to that approach, “Hy” is a Lisp-style language (not compatible with Common Lisp) that is embedded in Python and hence provides seamless interoperability with Python code. Installation is straightforward (it is usually a good idea to […]

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Book Review: Homeopathic Strategies and Maps for Acute Conditions (Part-1)

Written by on January 10, 2024 in Book Review, Homeopathy with 0 Comments
Book Review: Homeopathic Strategies and Maps for Acute Conditions (Part-1)

Title: Homeopathic Strategies and Maps for Acute Conditions (Part-1) Author: Dr.Gaurang Gaikwad Publisher: Dr.Gaurang Gaikwad Year: 2024 This is the fourth and newest book by Dr.Gaurang Gaikwad of Mumbai. I have reviewed two of his other books earlier. There are hundreds of books on treating acute cases in homeopathy, but what differentiates this book from […]

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Homeopathy Case Analysis Using Retrieval-Augmented Generation

Written by on December 26, 2023 in Homeopathy, Natural Language Processing with 1 Comment
Homeopathy Case Analysis Using Retrieval-Augmented Generation

Homeopaths, after detailed case taking, usually ‘“repertorize”  the case using software such as RadarOpus, MacRepertory, Vithoulkas Compass, etc., and finally consult a Materia Medica to confirm the remedy selection. There are some highly experienced homeopaths who have the gift of identifying the correct remedy without even repertorizing the case, but this is rare. In general, […]

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