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In some languages arithmetic operations are generalized to apply both
scalar values and arrays (examples: R, MATLAB, Ada, Fortran).
In python array programming can be done using numpy. If some computation
can be vectorized, it can use advantages that numpy brings. Numpy is a
reason why python is so popular in data science. Packages like scipy and
pandas is actualy based on it.
Is there any chance that Go will gain such capabilities in future versions
with compiler support or a library like numpy?

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  • Brendan Tracey at Jul 22, 2013 at 4:16 pm
    A few of us are working on a project called gonum which hopes to be what
    numpy is for python. Progress is slow as we are all volunteering our time,
    but the biggest thing, a blas-backed matrix package is coming soon. A few
    of us are working on other major components as well. If you'd like to help,
    you can come to gonum-dev. Hopefully in the near future we'll actually have
    some packages that are usable.
    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/gonum-dev

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