APES is developed within the National Research Program 42 on the “Foundations and Possibilities of Swiss Foreign Policy”, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. APES is used for the visualization of Swiss foreign policy processes, but does not yet exist as Read More
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the 1st Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis, Zurich, Switzerland, 14-15 October 2004.
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült at the international Conference on “Democratic Network Governance”, Center for Democratic Network Governance, Roskilde University, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21-22 October 2004
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the Annual Conference of the Swiss Association of Political Science, in the Ad-hoc group ‚Empirical Methods in Political Science’, Balsthal, Switzerland, 18-19 November 2004
The further development of APES is funded by seed money received from the University of Zurich and the Department of Political Science. With this seed money APES can be developed as a web-based software application for external users.
APES is presented by Uwe Serdült and Chantal Vögeli at the ‘Social Network Analysis: Advances and Empirical Applications’ forum, Multidisciplinary Center for Social Sciences, University of Oxford, UK, 16-17 July 2005
APES is presented by Thomas Widmer at the international Conference on ‘Mixed Methods Design’ at the University of Basel, Switzerland, 12-13 August 2005.
APES is presented by Chantal Vögeli at the 3rd ECPR Conference, Section (20) – Methodological Innovations and Dilemmas in Contemporary Political Research, Panel (20.8) – Mixed Methods Designs: Advanced Issues, Budapest, Hungary, 8-10 September 2005.
APES is presented by Christian Hirschi at the 2nd Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis, Zurich, Switzerland, 20-21 October 2005.
APES gets an own homepage, where APES-users can find information about the latest publications, the technical development of APES, and can log-in to the software application.