[eazyBI] Filtering on exceptions to a list

Hi all,

I currently have a calculated member for Logged By users, as per the eazyBI examples - it works well:

Aggregate({
[Logged By].[MarkG],
[Logged By].[SteveB]
})

However, how can I create a calculated member for all the other users (ie. everyone except MarkG and SteveB), without having to name them all?  That is, everyone that is not on the above list.

Even better would be a calculated member that returns a string for each of the two groups, e.g. "Internal" and "External".

I know that it can be done by creating groups in JIRA, or by calculated custom scripts, but I'm not an admin, and I want to avoid going to that level.

Thanks!

Mark

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Henning Tietgens Community Champion Aug 02, 2017

You could create a calculated member  and simply divide from all users. Like this

[Logged by].[All Users] - [Logged By].[MarkG] - [Logged By].[SteveB]

Henning 

D'oh.  Of course.  So simple. :)

Thanks Henning!

And just to add to that:

I created one calculated member for the people I wanted in list A, and a second calculated member which just subtracted that from All Users for list B. 

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