Oracle PL/SQL Tutorial/Analytical Functions/MODEL

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The MODEL statement does calculations on a column in a row based on other rows in a result set.

The MODEL or SPREADSHEET clause is very much like treating the result set of a query as a multidimensional array.

The keywords MODEL and SPREADSHEET are synonymous.

The MODEL or SPREADSHEET clause allows us to compute a row in the result set that can retrieve data on some other row(s) without explicitly defining a virtual table.

The overall syntax for the MODEL or SPREADSHEET SQL statement

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<prior clauses of SELECT statement> MODEL [main] [reference models] [PARTITION BY (<cols>)] DIMENSION BY (<cols>) MEASURES (<cols>) [IGNORE NAV] | [KEEP NAV] [RULES [UPSERT | UPDATE] [AUTOMATIC ORDER | SEQUENTIAL ORDER] [ITERATE (n) [UNTIL <condition>] ] ( <cell_assignment> = <expression> ... )</source>