To check the ratio of each element in a list to the total data in Python, you can follow these steps:

- Calculate the total sum of the list elements.
- Iterate through each element in the list and calculate its ratio to the total sum.
- Display the ratios.

Here’s an example code snippet that demonstrates this process:

```
def calculate_ratios(data_list):
total_sum = sum(data_list) # Calculate the total sum of the list elements
ratios = []
for element in data_list:
ratio = element / total_sum # Calculate the ratio of each element to the total sum
ratios.append(ratio)
return ratios
# Example usage
data = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
ratios = calculate_ratios(data)
print(ratios)
```

In this example, the `calculate_ratios`

function takes a list (`data_list`

) as input. It calculates the total sum of the list elements using the `sum()`

function. Then, it iterates through each element in the list and calculates its ratio to the total sum by dividing the element by the total sum. The ratios are stored in the `ratios`

list and returned by the function.

Finally, we call the `calculate_ratios`

function with an example list `[10, 20, 30, 40, 50]`

, and print the resulting ratios.

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