# Contagion in Random and Scale-Free Networks

Contagion in Random and Scale-Free Networks

This Demonstration compares the spread of an epidemic in random and scale-free networks of identical densities with and without inoculation of the most central 10% of the nodes. You can set the size of the network, the number of time periods, the contagiousness of the disease, and the probability of recovery within a time period. In both types of networks positions average four connections.