Checked the file. As presumed by user Billy Kerr in a comment the SVG had multilevel clipping masks and groups. Inkscape 1.0 left green curves out in the beginning. Illustrator displayed all, but the structure contained some boxes which were as high as Illustrator allowed. Removing them and all obscure multilevel groupings and clipping masks left this:
There's at least text size variations.
Affinity Designer opened it, too, but one of the diagrams was without background and there's text size variations:
The SVG export has something which doesn't obey rules. Competent programmers in theory could see what's the error by inspecting the SVG code in a text editor or debugging environment. But that approach probably costs a huge sum of money because the job very likely is far from trivial. For me and other non-programmers the task is impossible.
But here's a couple of converted versions. The next is PNG 3000x2250 from Affinity Designer
And this is a PDF, saved from Illustrator after removing a ton of groupings, clipping masks and huge invisible objects:
You can open the PDF for ex in GIMP in high enough resolution, say as 3000...4000 px wide if you need a bitmap. Save it as PNG.
You can fix the PDF in Illustrator if it's near enough. Inkscape 1.0 also opens it with internal PDF import option. Do a couple of Ungroups if you want to edit something.