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The X-Matrix is a variation of the Matrix Diagram, which is one of the second seven tools. 

The X-matrix is useful for comparing two pairs of complementary lists, with each pair occupying diagonally opposite lists (as they have nothing in common and need not be compared). For example comparing men and women against activities in athletic and intellectual pastimes, with men and women opposite.

See also:

Matrix Diagram, Second seven tools

Toolbook chapter: Matrix Diagram

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