Version History

Synthesis Treasure edition - February 7, 2007

The "Synthesis Treasure Edition" was released as a software in English and German on February 7, 2007 . The French version was released on March 7, 2006. In all these languages, both a veterinary and human edition are available.

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Synthesis 9.1 - June 4, 2004

Synthesis 9.0 was finalized on November 21, 2003 and released as a software in English (November 24, 2003) and in German (December 22, 2003). After streamlining and restructuring the Repertory, version 9.1 was finalized. The foreword was written at that moment, commenting on Synthesis 9.0 and 9.1 at the same time.

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Synthesis 9.0 - November 21, 2003

Synthesis 9.0 was only releazsed as a software in English and in German. It was the first step of one bigger project which led to the creation of Synthesis 9.1 as the final next version succeeding Synthesis 8.

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Synthesis 8 - February 19, 2001

Synthesis 8.0 was released on February 19, 2001 and addressed the issue of quality versus quantity of information by offering Repertory Views and Confidence Levels of remedies. These features allow each homeopath to work with more or less information as he/she wishes, depending upon the desired level of reliability.

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Synthesis 7 - July 4, 1997

Synthesis 7.0 was released on July 4, 2001 and was the first repertory to introduce concepts. Each concept groups a number of related symptoms in various ways, e.g. because they may be present with the same pathology or because they have some other meaningful relation to each other.

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Synthesis 5 - June 21, 1993

Synthesis 5.0 was the first version of Synthesis that contained sufficient quality and quantity of information to be printed. Since the first print in 1997, more than 35 print runs have been performed.

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