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Analog or analogue may refer to:

  • Analogue (literature), a literary work that shares motifs, characters or events with another, but is not directly derived from it
  • Analog, a thing from which an analogy is drawn
  • Science and technology

  • Analog (program), a computer program that analyzes log files from web servers
  • Analog Devices, a semiconductor company
  • Analog signal, in which information is encoded in a non-quantized variable, as opposed to a digital signal
    • Analogue electronics, circuits which use analog signals
    • Analog device, an apparatus that operates on analog signals
    • Analog recording, audio or video information recorded as an analog signal
  • Functional analog, a compound with similar properties
  • Structural analog, a compound with an altered chemical structure
  • Substrate analog, a compound that resembles the substrate in an enzymatic reaction
  • Transition state analog, a compound that resembles the transition state of a substrate in an enzymatic reaction

Source: Wikipedia, Google