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% total in each column ignoring blanks

I currently have a table of string data that I'm trying to capture a % of total in each column ignoring blank values.Data type.PNG

 

is there a way to create an IF statement to get % Succeeded in each column? e.g. 1.1 would be 88% as there was one "Resolved" string value

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mh2587
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% = var _monitor = calculate(count[Attribution Monitor check],[Attribution Monitor check] == "Suceeded")
        var _totalMonitor = calculate(count[Attribution Monitor check],[Attribution Monitor check] <> Blank())
        return  Divide( _monitor,_totalMonitor,0)


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mh2587
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% = var _monitor = calculate(count[Attribution Monitor check],[Attribution Monitor check] == "Suceeded")
        var _totalMonitor = calculate(count[Attribution Monitor check],[Attribution Monitor check] <> Blank())
        return  Divide( _monitor,_totalMonitor,0)


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