This is an example of a Matrix Diagram. A matrix diagram is a new management planning tool that is used to analyze and depict the link between data sets. The matrix diagram depicts the relationship between two, three, or four groupings of data. It can also provide information about the connection, such as the strength of the relationship, the roles played by various members, or measures.
Depending on how many groups to be compared, eight various shaped matrices are possible: L, T, Y, X, C, and roof-shaped. Making a matrix diagram with EdrawMax Online is an easy process. The free matrix diagram builder includes various capabilities, including the ability to rapidly import photos or icons from your system, Google Drive, or DropBox.