The second table expression will be evaluated for each row in the first table. Returns the crossjoin of the first table with these results.
The base table in Generate.
A table expression that will be evaluated for each row in the first table.
Learn more about GENERATE in the following articles:
Using GENERATE and ROW instead of ADDCOLUMNS in DAX
This article explains how to improve DAX queries using GENERATE and ROW instead of ADDCOLUMNS when you create table expressions. » Read more
Transition Matrix Using Calculated Tables
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Lookup multiple values in DAX
This article describes different techniques to retrieve multiple values from a lookup table in DAX, improving code readability and performance. » Read more
Filtering the Top 3 products for each category in Power BI
This article describes different techniques to display the first three products for each category in Power BI. It includes considerations on how to adapt the technique to different models and requirements. » Read more
Other related functions are:
Contributors: Alberto Ferrari, Marco Russo
MSDN documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/generate-function-dax