With the matrix diagrams several data can be compared with each other or correlations can be visualized. Often there are different views within a topic. To name a few examples: It can be about responsibilities, open tasks, causes of problems, measures and sub-processes. The function of matrix diagrams is to show the different views with their different characteristics and thus to represent and evaluate the interrelationships. The display options in the matrix charts vary. The data is often displayed horizontally in rectangles or circles, thus creating the grid area of a diagram. The Basic Toolbox contains 36 prefabricated PowerPoint slides from the 4 Field Matrix to the 16 Field Matrix. All fields can be filled with their contents and colored according to your wishes. Add to the presentation created in 16:9 format or delete content at will.