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1.6. Inspect the Analysis

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View the symptom aggregate

    As you add symptoms to an analysis, they appear in the Analysis window. Information about the symptoms and their relationship to remedies is automatically calculated and presented in the Analysis window. You can easily jump from the Analysis window to the Repertory and Medica windows to continue exploring and adding symptoms.

    In general, you will focus on the remedies at the top of the list because they are the most strongly correlated with the symptoms in an analysis. See the Interpreting an Analysis topic for more information about how remedy order is calculated.

    Use the Analysis window to view the symptom aggregate: 

  1. Select the Analysis tab.
  2. Change the remedy aggregate view by choosing the "Number" or "Totality" view. To follow the tutorial, select "Totality" from the "View" menu or toolbar. Notice that only Aconitum Napellus has the black circle icon now.
  3. Inspect remedy correlations by clicking plus/minus boxes next to remedies to show/hide symptoms and their weights. To follow the tutorial, click the plus box next to Aconitum Napellus and Drosera.
    Notice that the icon next to "Vision: blurred" is half filled for the symptom under Aconitum and empty for Drosera. This indicates that the symptom has greater "weight" (is stronger) for Aconitum. The total weights of all the symptoms is greater for Aconitum, so the remedy appears at the top of the list.
  4. Examine the Materia Medica to see if additional applicable symptoms are available. Jump to a remedy in the Medica by selecting the remedy name and then selecting "To Medica" from the "Jump" menu or toolbar. To follow the tutorial, jump to Aconitum Napellus.


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