Further clarification... please understand that the part names not just A through E, but many names, more like A through ZZ.
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Please don't hesitate to search on the forum as this particular question has been asked a bunch. Here's the answer for reference - Create Sets for Top N and Others | Tableau Software
Hi Tom. You're right. I actually had done extensive searching, but the solutions weren't working for me. Since I've made the thread, I figured out what the distinction is between the problem that that link solves and what my problem actually is. I made another post here to better explain that: Top N on filtered data - sets don't seem to work
In short, the problem is that my view is being filtered and the sets don't seem to be subject to filters, so the scope of the set's Top N is incongruent with the scope of the data in the view.