RadarOpus

Inspiring Software for today’s Modern & Classical Homeopaths

RadarOpus software offers the widest possible range of homeopathic tools and literature combined and can easily be customised to meet your needs and preferences.

It has been designed to help you manage the information that is essential to every homeopathic practice - repertories, materia medica, provings, analysis tools, patient files and much more.

We’ve created a range of software packages and standard options which can easily be expanded to suit every homeopath’s needs.

Deepen your understanding

Opus offers a variety of Case Analysis Modules and graphical interface from homeopaths like George Vithoulkas, Jeremy Sherr, Liz Lalor, Paul Herscu and more.

Every software package includes a beautiful graphical interface with illustrated ‘Kingdoms’ and 'Families’.

With Opus you will have access to:

Kingdoms by Dr. Will Taylor
Scholten’s Element Theory
Vermeulen’s Fungi & Monera
Shore’s Birds, Plouvier’s Actinides, Vervarcke’s Vital Approach, Alastair Gray’s Provings, and more.

New, old and forgotten

At Zeus Soft we have always been known for our dedication to classical scholarship, thorough research and well-documented information.

Materia Medica libraries range from the simplest 7-volume collection to a complete library, representing a rich heritage of classic texts, new and old journals and therapeutic references, mixed with modern Materia Medica, provings, theoretical and reference materials.

Click to open or download an overview of the extensive RadarOpus Reference Libraries

Especially noteworthy, we’re offering several invaluable “old” journals – unavailable until now – including:
• Proceedings of the International Hahnemannian Association
• The Homeopathic Physician
• The Organon Journal
• Staph’s Archives

Search anything, anywhere

Search on a word or phrase, on remedies or on families anywhere: In repertories, materia medica, family graphs, case notes, patient files, your own seminar notes and even online - your RadarOpus program will return a list of results from your preferred list of sources.

Opus has built-in translation functions, so you can now search in any language.

Making your life simple

With Opus you can easily integrate your own notes and seminar notes, documents, images, sound and video files, where they are easily be included in your extended searches, and annotated with links to relevant rubrics and materia medica references.

RadarOpus - native to PC as well as Mac

System Requirements:

These are the minimum requirements to install and run RadarOpus v2 on a computer running Windows:

  • Cable or DSL Internet connection (1)
  • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • Hard Drive speed- at least 7200 RPM. (Preferable Solid State Drive- SSD).
  • At least Dual Core i5 or i7 processor
  • 4GB Ram or more. (8GB is preferable especially on Windows 10)
  • Screen resolution 1024 x 768 pixels, recommended 1280 x 1024
  • At least 40 Gb free space on NTFS partition (2). 
  • 1 USB 2.0 port or higher (3)

These are the minimum requirements to install and run RadarOpus  v2 on a computer running Mac OS:

  • Cable or DSL Internet connection (1)
  • Mac® OS X  10.13 High Sierra, 10.12 Sierra, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion
  • Hard Drive speed- at least 7200 RPM. (Preferable Solid State Drive- SSD).
  • At least Dual Core i5 or i7 processor
  • 4 Gb Ram or more. (8GB is preferable)
  • Screen resolution 1024 x 768 pixels, recommended 1280 x 1024 or higher
  • At least 40 Gb free space on hard disk
  • 1 USB port 2.0 or higher (3)

(1) Internet connection required to register and activate the program, watch the help on line videos and for program updates
(2) Partition must be formatted NTFS (FAT32 does not allow files of >4 Gb)
(3)
If the dongle is connected to a USB hub, the hub must be powered.
(4)
Can be downloaded from internet