SVG embedded inside HTML, appears to simply extend the grammar of HTML, and perfectly co-exist in the DOM. Angular can latch on to that and work with it.

I tool a SVG map of the states of the USA from Wikipedia and embedded it in a HTML page. I added Angular and bound incarceration data from another wikipedia page and made that a JSON model for Angular to consume.

Here it is running in this page:

image/svg+xml Washington Oregon California Nevada Idaho Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Arizona Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Ohio Michigan Pennsylvania New York Vermont New Hampshire Massachusetts New Mexico Texas Oklahoma Kansas Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Mississ -ippi Tennessee Alabama Georgia South Carolina Florida Kentucky Virginia North Carolina Maine Connecticut Rhode Island New Jersey Delaware Maryland Alaska Hawaii West Virginia Washington, D.C. 0 0 100 100 200 300 km 300 mi 200 0 0 200 200 0 0 100 km 100 mi Incarceration Rates: Calling Out Above/Below US Average:


Yes you can interact with it. One view shows a blue with increasing darkness for incarceration rates. The other one has green to show below US average incarceration rates, and red to show above average rates. I’m not a statistician though, and the luminosity calculations could be off.

Pictures, for those that still can’t see anything:

Compare to the Wikipedia picture - the hues/luminosity for which appear off. Louisiana vs Oklahoma is an example:

Here’s the code for the interactive map:


May 14, 2016

Updated for Angular 1.5.5



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