Linear algebra is a branch of mathematics that is important and even critical for engineers, computer graphics, statistics, and for more advanced abstract math. It is usually studied after calculus and before other abstract math, but it does not require calculus.
This page provides my recommendations of textbooks for linear algebra.
I will cover books both useful for the undergraduate (college) and graduate levels. The page starts with intro linear algebra book reviews, then moves on to reviews of more advanced linear algebra books, and lastly, covers books on numerical linear algebra.
I especially focus on books suitable for self-study, such as ones that can help supplement a course textbook.