A Percentage is calculated by the mathematical formula of dividing the value by the sum of all the values and then multiplying the sum by 100. This is also applicable in Pandas Dataframes. Here, the pre-defined sum() method of pandas series is used to compute the sum of all the values of a column.
Return: Returns the sum of the values.
df[percent] = (df['column_name'] / df['column_name'].sum()) * 100
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