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The Contribution of Social Behaviour to the Transmission of Influenza A in a Human Population

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Comparison of model fits to data, with classes sorted by empirically observed risk of infection.

Thick blue line, model prediction; light blue bars, data. Error bars give 95% binomial confidence interval. (A) Model based on all contacts with 10 age groups and 1 contact class in each. (B) Model based on close contacts with 10 age groups and 1 contact class in each. (C) Model based on all contacts with 10 age groups and 2 contact classes. (D) Model based on close contacts with 10 age groups and 2 contact classes in each. All models have variable relative susceptibility in the over-18s.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1004206.g004