SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics and is a type of computer graphic that is created using mathematical equations. It is an XML-based vector image format, allowing two-dimensional graphics to be created and manipulated in a way that is both versatile and efficient. This makes SVG an ideal choice for a variety of applications, such as web and app design, data visualisation, animation, and more. It has a wide range of advantages over other image formats, including the ability to be scaled to any size without losing clarity or quality, and to be rendered on any device. Additionally, SVG images are easy to create and modify, making them extremely versatile and useful for the modern designer. Scalable Vector Graphics are two-dimensional graphics that can be manipulated and animated with code.

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