Archives Browser

The main cornerstone of Archives is its Browser. The Browser allows you to see your virtual bookshelf with all the books available and simply select the book you want to read and start exploring.

The number of volumes in you bookshelf can over time become too great ho have a clear overview of all the titles. That's where the filtering and searching functionality come into play. Every book contains tags that tell you something about its contents. Some examples of the tags can be Journals, Cases, Repertories, etc. When selecting books with the specific tags, your view of your bookshelf will contain only the books that contain the desired tags. In this way you can always explore only the books, you have interest in.

With the help of the filtering, you can filter only the content that you want to see. The search functionality allows you to search for titles from specific authors, or containing specific words in the title. This allows you for example to see all the editions on Samuel Hahnemann's Organon, or any journal of the variety of homeopathic journals that you can see in the Archives.

Book Browser

The heart of the Archives is the Book Browser, which allows studying the selected materials. When creating the Browser, we have set ourselves the goal of NO COMPROMISES in regards to the accuracy of the representation and the goal to PRESERVE the value of original texts. This means, that every scanned book is preserved in the maximum possible resolution, allowing you to zoom in to read even the more difficult passages that might otherwise be lost due to age of the text or old printing methods.

It goes without saying, that we have taken the non-compromising approach towards all other aspects of the reading, which means that in Archives, you can perform full-text search within one book, or within all the books. Search results are always returned so, that they comprise of the most meaningful matches, which means that all search terms have to be located within one sentence.

When you arrive during your study of the book to a particularly interesting passage, you can use the system of BOOKMARKS and literally mark any section on the page for future reference. With this feature, you can later browse through the bookmarks and immediatelly see the parts of the book that are most interesting.