I'm not quite understanding the cell size values that a given raster has. I've been doing some kriging interpolation on very dense point data and if I leave the cell size parameter blank, it's cell size is like an extremely small number, like e-006.
What does this extremely small cell size number mean? I always known that the cell size of a raster is the size of the cell that each value of the raster represents spatially. But with such a tiny number, doesn't seem to make sense. When running the Kriging tool and if I enter a whole number, like 1 for the cell size, it just errors out. If I zoom into the raster and measure the size of the cell pixels, they look like there around 3 ft by 3 ft in size. Am I confusing cell size with pixel size here? If so, what determines the size of the pixels?