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gonum/plot

The Golang Saga: A Coder’s Journey There and Back Again. Part 3: The Graphing Conundrum
And with this map now we are ready to create a group bar chart for each station to find out which station is the best for each type of value. I found a helpful tutorial on gonum/plot, so I’m going to use plotter.NewBarChart for my purposes.
 What is the closest thing from Seaborn (python) in Go?
 Gonum & Gonum/Plot v0.13.0
 A repository for plotting and visualizing data
 An update on polygo: a polynomial graphing tool
 The Go Language for Science

Go matplotlib libary?
Gonum Plot is alright but definitely not as mature.Link

How should I approach plotting (2d and 3d) in Golang project?
There is this: https://github.com/gonum/plot
gonum

How to set up interface to accept multidimension array?
But if you want to see what can be done for numeric stuff, check out gonum. Personally, I still wouldn't use Go, and I rather suspect it's still pretty easy to reach for something like what you're trying to do and not find it because Go just can't write that type sensibly, but you can at least see what is available, written by people who disagree with me about Go not being a great language for this.

packages similar to Pandas
Numpy functionality is largely covered by https://www.gonum.org/ but for pandas I'm not sure if there is an equivalent as widely accepted. However, you might try https://github.com/rocketlaunchr/dataframego which I have not tried but it looks like it covers some of what you're looking for

What libraries are missing?
Math libraries. It's just gonum right now. Missing things that often require people to link C or Python libs. E.g. https://github.com/gonum/gonum/issues/354
 Gonum Numerical Packages

SIMD Accelerated vector math
Maybe this way you could avoid having Mul, Mul_Inplace, Mul_Into variants. Gonum mostly follows the same pattern.
 Modern hardware is fast, so let's choose the slowest language to balance it out

graph: A generic Go library for creating graph data structures and performing operations on them. It supports different kinds of graphs such as directed graphs, acyclic graphs, or trees.
How does this compare to gonum graph? https://github.com/gonum/gonum/tree/master/graph

From Python to NumPy
Go is quite a bit cleaner than Python and its concurrency/parallelism primitives can be well suited to scientific workloads.
You may want to have a look at Gonum (https://www.gonum.org), and the Go HEP package developed by CERN (https://gohep.org).
I was also surprised to see DSP and pretty sophisticated packages, although I never used them: https://awesomego.com/scienceanddataanalysis
And of course Go has Jupyter integration, it's almost like running a script thanks to its fast compilation time.

Go for science?
You should check out this https://github.com/gonum/gonum

What makes concurrency in Go better than multiprocesing/multithreading in Python?
No, using CPU extensions and GPUs is a different thing than doing multitasking. There is Gonum but it is still slower than Numpy: https://github.com/gonum/gonum/issues/511
What are some alternatives?
chart  Provide basic charts in go
dataframego  DataFrames for Go: For statistics, machinelearning, and data manipulation/exploration
gosl  Linear algebra, eigenvalues, FFT, Bessel, elliptic, orthogonal polys, geometry, NURBS, numerical quadrature, 3D transfinite interpolation, random numbers, Mersenne twister, probability distributions, optimisation, differential equations.
Stats  A well tested and comprehensive Golang statistics library package with no dependencies.
PiHex  PiHex Library, written in Go, generates a hexadecimal number sequence in the number Pi in the range from 0 to 10,000,000.
gostat  Collection of statistical routines in golang
goraph  Package goraph implements graph data structure and algorithms.
gonum/mat64
pandas  Flexible and powerful data analysis / manipulation library for Go+, providing labeled data structures similar to R data.frame objects, statistical functions, and much more