Depression is a key factor in committing suicide. Patients with depression often accompany with brain network alterations. Three groups of participants were recruited in the study, including healthy controls (HC), depressed patients with and without suicidal attempt history (SA, D). We analyzed brain network alternations by using their GQI data. SA group showed lower global integration and higher local segregation compared to D and HC groups. Furthermore, SA and D groups had significant subnetwork connections in frontal and parietal lobes than HC group. The alternations were found in the network measurement in depressed patients with and without suicidal attempt history.