I'm now sitting in the track looking at counting what counts. The format is a series of five-minute 'ignite' talks, or what I've always known as PechaKucha. The slides advance automatically every twenty seconds, which is keeping the presenters on their toes!
First up was a great overview presentation on disaggregating data. There were mentions of granularity. And of course, the importance of gender disaggregated data was highlighted.
The second presentation was on the 'hyper local' and looked at initiatives to map Kibera in Kenya. The mentions earlier today of how that has informed education policy based on this sort of hyper local information.