In this chapter, we discussed matrices and vectors, alongside how these two data structures are used practically to perform much of the data manipulation that happens in computer science today. Also, we learned about BLAS, vectors, matrices, and vector/matrix manipulation. Vectors and matrices are building blocks that are commonly used for linear algebra, and we saw hard examples of where this can take place.
The examples we have discussed in this chapter will help us a lot in situations pertinent to real-world data manipulation. In Chapter 6, Composing Readable Go Code, we are going to talk about composing readable Go code. Being able to write readable Go code will help keep topics and ideas clear and succinct for easy collaboration across code contributors.