fadnobraids
Braid representations in Haskell (by slpopejoy)
linear
Lowdimensional linear algebra primitives for Haskell. (by ekmett)
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Is there an existing typeclass for differences?
That's pretty much exactly the abstraction used in the 'linear' package's Affine class, in which we find points separated by vectors.

What are the current challenges in Numerical Programming for Haskell?
Linear algebra: hmatrix again with its own array type (and linear but this is restricted to low dimensions)

Advanced programming exercises/apps recommendations to code
This is very niche, but something I've wanted to do for a while is to generate some cool physics example on the surface of a sphere with https://hackage.haskell.org/package/hamilton, and display it with https://reanimate.github.io/ (using https://hackage.haskell.org/package/linear for the projection)

How to create my Functor / Eq / Num combination on Coords?
Do check out the linear package. It has some complicated parts, but the types work out very nicely. Your Coords type is called V3 in that package, it has a huge list of instances for all kinds of different type classes.
 Advent of Code 2021 day 06

Probabilistic modelling in Idris: engineering as research
I've come to love the linear approach, where instead of working with Naperian (Representable) functors, you work with Distributive functors.

Monthly Hask Anything (June 2021)
See also the linear library, it contains types like data V3 a = V3 a a a with all of the useful instances.
What are some alternatives?
When comparing fadnobraids and linear you can also consider the following projects:
nimber  Finite nimber arithmetic
nuha
movingaverages
search  infinite search in finite time with Hilbert's epsilon
linearaccelerate  Instances to mix linear with accelerate
magma  magma algebraic library
polysemy  :gemini: higherorder, noboilerplate monads
metamorphic  metamorphisms (aka playing with: (fold, (.), unfold)
linearalgebracblas  Haskell BLAS bindings
reservoir  Reservoir Sampling Algorithms in Haskell
simplexbasic  A trivial implementation of the simplex algorithm.