The matrix diagram shows the relationship between two, three, or four groups of information. It also can give information about the relationship, such as its strength, of the roles played by various individuals or measurements.
L-shaped matrix diagram What is it: The L-shaped chart is the simplest and most common matrix diagram. It compares two sets of data in a two-dimensional table. One data set is represented on the left-hand column and it is compared against the second data set in the top row of the table.
Matrix charts compare two or more groups of elements or elements within a single group. They help project managers identify how information is related as well as the strength of those relationships. The types of information you can analyze in a matrix includes: