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    Michiel Rozema commented  · 

    Something like this is definitely needed for larger and more complex models. Specifically the first use case as Daniel states below.
    The idea of a global variable is not tied to table variables only, although scalar variables can be implemented through measures today. The fundamental difference with a calculated table, obviously, is that a global variable is evaluated at reporting time in a context-dependent way.

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