APES is presented by Uwe Serdült at the European University Institute, Florence, 9 May 2006, during a workshop organized by Prof. Alexander Trechsel entitled ‘New Forms of Research in Political Behaviour’.
The Swiss National Science Foundation is funding the further development of APES in terms of a 15-months research project, starting from May 1. The project runs under the title: The Comparative Actor-Process-Event Scheme (CAPES): Towards a Cumulative Research in Political Science. Its Read More
APES is presented by Chantal Vögeli at the 20th IPSA World Congress in Fukuoka (Japan), July 9 – 13, 2006, within session SS06, entitled ‘Methods for Studying Democracy. Political Knowledge, Theory, and the Design of Democratic Institutions’.
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the International Conference on Comparative Social Science at Sophia University in Tokyo, taking place July 15-16, 2006.
APES gets updated and moves to a new URL-address. The new APES release focuses on the improvement of the graphical representation and the interactivity of the tool. APES is now also available as stand-alone application and can be downloaded for free. Along Read More
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the annual congress of the Swiss Political Science Association, November 2-3, 2006, within the session “Measuring Democracy. Methodological and Theoretical Issues”, in Balsthal, Switzerland.
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the 4th Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis (ASNA), within the panel “Software”, held at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, 13 – 15 September.
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült in a one-day workshop to students of the Metropolitan University in Tokyo, Japan, 20 September.
The latest stand-alone APES version (1.1.8) for Windows, OSX and Linux has been released. This latest release includes analysis features such as descriptive indicators, or the export of data matrices, and allows a much more flexible use of the tool. A further Read More
The latest stand-alone APES version (2.1.2) for Windows, OSX and Linux has been released. This latest release includes a network feature that transforms an APES directly into a target diagram, computed based on eigenvector centrality. Further features comprise indicators (eigenvector centrality), data Read More