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The importance of dog population contact network structures in rabies transmission

Fig 3

Contact network and home location of the 237 dogs in study zone 1.

In the left panel each node corresponds to a dog. The size of the node is proportional to the degree of the node and the color corresponds to the community the node belongs to. Contacts between dogs are shown as grey lines. In the right panel each dot on the map corresponds to a home location of a dog. The colors correspond to the community in the network. The maps were generated using OpenStreetMap contributors.

Fig 3