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Organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) can be manufactured at low temperatures, enabling the fabrication of integrated circuits on flexible plastic substrates and the coverage of large areas at potentially low cost. This paper evaluates state-of-the-art OFET technology from the perspective of the analog circuit designer. Specifically, we review important OFET device performance metrics in comparison to generic silicon CMOS transistors. In addition, an overview of recent accomplishments in OFET-based analog design is presented.