Last week, we learned how to interpret the output of the EvaluateAndLog function of scalar expressions. Albeit interesting, the new function would be much less useful if it could only return scalar values. After all, Power BI users can always define a scalar expression as a measure and then study its values in various contexts. The real power of EvaluateAndLog is that it can also wrap around any table expressions, the output of which was much harder to visualize until now.
This function exposes a lot of information, as you can see in the post.