# Generate a frequency table of a factor grouped into top-n, bottom-n, and all other levels.

Source:`R/top_levels.R`

`top_levels.Rd`

Get a frequency table of a factor variable, grouped into categories by level.

## Value

A `data.frame`

(actually a `tbl_df`

) with the frequencies of the
grouped, tabulated variable. Includes counts and percentages, and valid
percentages (calculated omitting `NA`

values, if present in the vector and
`show_na = TRUE`

.)

## Examples

```
top_levels(as.factor(mtcars$hp), 2)
#> as.factor(mtcars$hp) n percent
#> 52, 62 2 0.0625
#> <<< Middle Group (18 categories) >>> 28 0.8750
#> 264, 335 2 0.0625
```