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Book Review – Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine

Written by on August 30, 2020 in Book Review, Homeopathy with 0 Comments
Book Review – Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine

Title: Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine Author: Michael Frass and Martin Bundner (Ed.) Publisher: Narayana Verlag Year: 2017 (2nd English Edition) This book is somewhat unique in that it shows, through a good number of cases, that homeopathy can be used alongside allopathy in treating serious disorders in intensive care and emergency. There […]

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Text Analysis Using MeaningCloud’s Deep Categorization API

Written by on June 24, 2019 in Homeopathy, Natural Language Processing, Programming with 0 Comments
Text Analysis Using MeaningCloud’s Deep Categorization API

MeaningCloud announced their premium offering “Deep Categorization” service quite recently. You can read about it in this nice blog by Blanca Galego. Compared to the canonical classification models that rely on machine learning using large data sets, MeaningCloud’s deep categorization models use hand-crafted rules that take advantage of “morphosyntactic, semantic and contextual information” to classify a piece […]

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Modeling Homeopathic Remedy Keynotes in Flora-2

Modeling Homeopathic Remedy Keynotes in Flora-2

In my last post, I got started with Flora-2 and showed how we can model homeopathic remedies from a therapeutics perspective. Although such a limited view of remedies can be helpful in treating acute ailments, for treating chronic diseases, a comprehensive understanding of the various remedies from the perspective of keynotes, kingdom classification and miasms […]

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Flora-2: An Expressive Knowledge Representation System

Written by on October 28, 2018 in Flora-2, Homeopathy, Knowledge Representation, Programming with 2 Comments
Flora-2: An Expressive Knowledge Representation System

I am always on the lookout for a good Knowledge Representation (KR) system that facilitates modeling and reasoning about real-world knowledge. I have experience with KnowledgeWorks available in LispWorks since I have used it in a few projects. I have also taken a cursory look at PowerLoom and Racer. Last week, I came across Flora-2 and its commercial counterpart ErgoAI from […]

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Book Review – Homeopathic Remedy Pictures

Written by on February 20, 2017 in Book Review, Homeopathy with 0 Comments

Title: Homeopathic Remedy Pictures – The 65 most important remedies in words and pictures Author: Vicki Mathison and Frans Kusse Publisher: Narayana Verlag Year: 2014 This is a great book that will appeal to all beginners in homeopathy. Experienced doctors might not finding anything new, but would definitely find it interesting to read. We know that a deep […]

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Book Review – Handwriting and Homeopathy

Written by on January 23, 2016 in Book Review, Homeopathy with 0 Comments

Title: Handwriting and Homeopathy Author: Dr.Ulrich Welte Publisher: Narayana Verlag Year: 2005 This book is a recent addition to my library. It is a large-format book, hard bound and fairly heavy! I bought this book because the idea of using  handwriting to discover clues about the suitable homeopathic remedy seems quite interesting. Readers may be familiar with […]

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Desirable Features of Homeopathic Software

Written by on October 28, 2015 in Homeopathy with 0 Comments
Desirable Features of Homeopathic Software

There are many good homeopathic programs today. RADAR, RADAROpus, MacRepertory, ISIS, Mercurius, and Complete Dynamics are among the popular ones (I have with me all but the last one). Among web-based programs, Vithoulkas Compass is one that I subscribe to. Most of these include a patient database feature in order to keep track of the […]

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