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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
In arts and entertainment
- The Analogs, a Polish street-punk band
- Analog (album), an album by Eureka Farm
- Analogue (album), a 2005 album by a-ha
- "Analog" (song), a song by Tyler, The Creator, featuring Hodgy Beats, from Goblin
Other uses in arts and entertainment
- Analogue (theatre company), a British theatre company
- Analog (TV series), a Canadian television series (1971–1972)
- Analogue: A Hate Story, a visual novel by Christine Love
In science and technology
- 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
In electronics and computing
- Analog (program), a computer program that analyzes log files from web servers
- Analog signal, in which information is encoded in a non-quantized variable, as opposed to a digital signal
- Analog Devices, a semiconductor company
- Analog (representation analysis), a more understandable or analysable system that is used as a model for another system
- Cheese analogue, any of several types of non-dairy cheese imitations or substitutes
- Meat analogue, any of several types of non-meat meat imitations or substitutes
- Analogy (disambiguation)
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