ViralSpread 2.5 is now available, adding graph axis labels and the ability to export graph data to CSV files for manipulation in Excel. (There’s an additional fix in master for incorrect exporting of data for the virus count graph.)
At this point I’m pretty happy with the features and stability of the program. The roadmap has a few additional features on it related to changing the movement and contagion behavior of the nodes, but nothing major — everything is pretty mature as-is I think. Moving forward it’s time to basically run the program lots of times and see if I can learn anything from the data it produces. I’m also going to write a few posts about some of the things I learned and design patterns I used while building ViralSpread.
The screenshot here is of the graph dialog.