I think the data in the shapefiles might be erroneous. You might double check the source from which you've obtained this data.
I successfully converted from Shapefile to CSV using the free Alteryx Gallery tool supplied by Craig Bloodworth of The InformationLab UK.
Link here; Alteryx Analytics Gallery
However, after converting, I ran into a problem with the Latitude and Longitude values.. They were way too large.
Assuming that these were mostly correct, but with the decimal in the wrong place, I created two new columns by dividing these values by 10000.
But, when I mapped it, unless Budapest has moved into the Indian Ocean, the location is wrong. (Who knows, global warming?)
File attached here for review if you like.
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I hope all is well in Budapest?
Apologies for the delayed reply, holidays...
Ivett Kovács wrote:
What did I do wrong?
You haven't done anything wrong, as Steve suggests, its likely an issue with the source data.
Where did it come from? I have had a very quick look online and couldn't find anything, but my Hungarian is not fantastic (to be honest).
One thing - Budapest co-ordinates are (roughly) 47,50 lat 19,10 long
I couldn't see an obvious correlation between the existing co-ords (24-25/64-65) and Budapest?!
If I can help further, I'll try
All the best