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This doesn't sound like an application for the raster datatype. I think what you really want is to use Create Fishnet (Data Management) to generate a vector which will overlay the other data. I would caution you about the use of such a tiny fishnet size. Unless your data is of submillimeter precision over a small area (as in an archeology dig), five ...
The two ways which usually works quite well for me are Histogram graphs which you can create from View menu > Graphs. Tutorial on that. Statistics window which can be opened from the attribute table. Right-click the column name and choose Statistics. If you want to create a more professional histogram, you could use external libraries such as Python ...
Have you installed IE11? There is a bug registered as NIM097058 - The 'Simplification Tolerance' option disappears from the Simplify Line and Simplify Polygon geoprocessing tools after installing Internet Explorer (IE) 11. It's solved in 10.3. See bug description for workarounds in 10.2.
Presuming that you mean a feature selection (select by location) and not a geoprocessing intersect then I think you want ISpatialFilter. This allows the same actions as SelectLayerByLocation including overlap type options and attribute queries.
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