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Resolution is the number of pixel per square inch. The same object is displayed better and the measurements and counts are more accurate when the resolution is higher.


Increasing resolution makes pixels smaller. See Pixel.

See also Calibration and Image scaling.

To see when this can be encountered, browse our numerous image analysis examples.