`ntile()`

is a sort of very rough rank, which breaks the input vector into
`n`

buckets. If `length(x)`

is not an integer multiple of `n`

, the size of
the buckets will differ by up to one, with larger buckets coming first.

Unlike other ranking functions, `ntile()`

ignores ties: it will create
evenly sized buckets even if the same value of `x`

ends up in different
buckets.

## Usage

`ntile(x = row_number(), n)`

## Arguments

- x
A vector to rank

By default, the smallest values will get the smallest ranks. Use

`desc()`

to reverse the direction so the largest values get the smallest ranks.Missing values will be given rank

`NA`

. Use`coalesce(x, Inf)`

or`coalesce(x, -Inf)`

if you want to treat them as the largest or smallest values respectively.To rank by multiple columns at once, supply a data frame.

- n
Number of groups to bucket into

## See also

Other ranking functions:
`percent_rank()`

,
`row_number()`