INTERSECT & CROSS JOIN Functions
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CROSSJOIN is a really effective function that you can utilize inside of Power BI to essentially bind two tables of data together. If you can get your mind around how this technique actually works, you’re going to be in a great position to run this type of analysis in your own models.
Using The CROSSJOIN Function In Power BI - DAX Concepts
INTERSECT & CROSS JOIN
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