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I have a .csv file that includes x and y coordinates as well as ShapeSTArea and ShapeSTLength features. (see below) enter image description here

I'm hoping to turn this .csv file into a shapefile that instead of displaying points from the coordinates (first image below), it displays the polygons containing these points (second example image below).

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Is this something I can do with the ShapeSTArea and ShapeSTLength features provided in the data?

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    There are an infinite number of potential polygons with the same centroid, area, and perimeter. You can't get much more than an oval with the information available.
    – Vince
    May 25 at 16:41
  • The spatial information doesn't really transfer to a CSV; the Shape fields are binary/proprietary. A CSV with X and Y values could be used to re-create points but not polygons or lines. It looks like this CSV came from polygons; can you get these?
    – danak
    May 26 at 23:31
  • Thanks for your responses. That makes sense that I am unable to recreate the polygons from this information. I will look into getting the original shape file to produce them! Jun 1 at 1:02

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