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Log most often refers to:

  • Trunk (botany), the stem and main wooden axis of a tree, called logs when cut
    • Logging, cutting down trees for logs
    • Firewood, logs used for fuel sources
    • Lumber or timber, converted from wood logs
  • Logarithm, in mathematics

Log, LOG or LoG may also refer to:

Arts, entertainment and media[edit]


Science and mathematics[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Logbook, or log, a record of important events in the operation of a ship
  • Chip log, or log, a tool used to estimate vessel speed

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