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Detecting Differential Transmissibilities That Affect the Size of Self-Limited Outbreaks

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Comparing the transmissibility of primary and secondary cases for human monkeypox in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1981–1984.

The layout is analogous to Figure 4, except that the random network model has been added. The dotted line in panel A shows the relationship between for primary and secondary infections in the random network model profiled on . The red curve shows the 95% confidence interval for inference with the random network model. The data shown in panels B and C are limited to instances where the transmission links could be unambiguously counted.

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