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filterUnits defines the coordinate system for the filter attributes x, y, width and height. If filterUnits="userSpaceOnUse", all attributes represent values in the current user coordinate system that is in place at the time when the filter is referenced.
If filterUnits="objectBoundingBox", then all attributes represent fractions or percentages of the bounding box on the referencing element.
If attribute filterUnits is not specified, then the effect is the same as specifying a value of objectBoundingBox.
Please see documentation on the filter element for more context and examples on how to use the filterUnits property.
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