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Motivation to Learn R

Covering the BASICS & MUST KNOW Concepts in R


Since you are reading this article, I am assuming that right now you are in your journey of becoming a data scientist. There is a high possibility that you already are aware of some of the data visualization and analytics tools like Excel , SQL , Tableau and might have heard the name ‘Python’. In this article we will be bringing out another fruit from the data scientist’s basket and introducing R. But you might be thinking ‘What is R?’ , ‘Why R?’ , ‘Is it not just an alternative to Python?’

Don’t worry ! Before going on to the wide range of topics that we are going to cover in this article about R we will be beginning with a very basic question : ‘What is R?’

Table of Contents

What is R?

What can R do?

Code Execution in R

Syntax Rules in R

Operators in R

Data Types in R

Type Casting (Data Types)

Libraries in R

Data Structures in R

Vector : How to create a Vector in R?

Data Frame : How to create a Data Frame in R?

Importing Data Frames in R

Functions in R

How to define functions in R : User Defined Functions

What is R?

Such an easy question! It is a programming language.

No ! R is not just a programming language rather it is a Statistical Programming Language.

R is not a typical programming language and this is what sets it apart from the Python language. Apparently it is very different from Python which is a general purpose programming language and not made particularly for data manipulation , statistical analysis and moreover solving statistical problems.

Essentially , R is:

A Statistical Language : It is popularly said that ‘R is a language Made by the statisticians for the statisticians’.

A Programming Language : Like every other programming language including Python here we have to write codes i.e. do programming to derive desired results and accomplish the tasks.

An Object Based Language : In R everything we create is saved as an object and all the operations are done on those objects.

A Dynamically Typed Language : Unlike programming languages like C,C++ in R there is no need to declare the class of the objects we create. It automatically understands the datatype of the object.

An Open Source Language : It is available to the public and is completely free to use.

A Modular Language : There are various libraries(also known as modules) available here which have pre written codes in them and can be used to solve various purposes and expand the capability of the language.

What can R do?

We can gain a lot from this language. We can perform a lot of tasks here. Stating a few of them :

Descriptive Statistics

Inferential Statistics

Statistical Modeling

Data Visualization

Data Manipulation

R Programming

Machine Learning Modeling

Deep Learning Modeling

If you are finding it interesting till now , then the next step in the process of learning R is going to be the installation of the software. Just go to Google and from there download R and R Studio. Alternatively you can install R Studio from Anaconda as well.

Get familiar with the R Studio interface majorly with Script , Console , Environment , History , Plots , Packages and Help.

We will be using a R Script for this article. To open an R Script just follow these steps.

R Studio → File → New File → R Script

Remember : We will be writing the commands/code in the R Script and will look for the output in the Console. (There are reasons for this , Trust Me!)

You are good to go now! Let’s begin!

Code Execution

In R Studio we can execute the commands in multiple ways. To execute :

Entire R file : There are 2 ways for that –

This displays all the icons.

Shortcut for the Run button : Ctrl + Enter

Shortcut for the Source button : Ctrl + Shift + S

Shortcut for the Source with Echo button : Ctrl + Shift + Enter

Syntax Rules in R

Since the code we write in any programming language consists of logic , function and syntax, it becomes necessary to learn about the R syntax here.

Point 1 : R is a case sensitive language. Both user defined and predefined objects need to be written as it is.

Point 2 : Since we talked about the way the objects must be written in R in the above point, it becomes vital to mention some of the rules we need to follow while creating objects in R i.e for the user defined objects. These rules are known as the Object Naming Rules and states that the object name :

Can contain only alphabets

Can contain both alphabets and numbers

Cannot contain only numbers

Cannot start with a number

Cannot contain any special characters except . and _ which can be included just in between the name and not in the beginning or end

Cannot contain any spaces

Must not coincide with any other object name whether predefined or user defined.

Writing Comments in R :

Fun Fact : We can write multiple commands in a single line just by separating the different commands with the ; operator.

How? For the following code :




We can simply write :

var1=100 ; var2=200 ; var3=var1-var2

Operators in R

Operators are some symbols that are used to perform certain operations on the operands. The various categories of operators and the symbols within each category are somewhat similar in all the data science tools and languages that we have and so it would not be a surprise to you. Let’s quickly look into the various operators R has !

Arithmetic Operators : + , – , * , / (gives exact answer) , %% (the modulus operator which gives the remainder) , %/% (results in integer division)

Input in Script 

Output in Console 

Relational Operators : , = , == , !=

Input in Script

Output in Console

So the relational operators result in the output as TRUE or FALSE.

We just learnt relational operators and there are instances where we need to combine the output these relational operators result in and hence for that we have the logical operators.

Input in Script

Output in Console 

Assignment Operators : = , ← , →

← is going to be the most used operator while writing the R commands whereas → is going to be the least used.

What about = ?

You must have encountered that = is used as an assignment operator in most of the other tools that we have including Python of course.

Well , in R both = and ← can be used to assign values however they do differ in some sense which you will get to know when you learn about data manipulation in R.

Let’s create some objects using ← operator ,

Input in Script

The objects x ,y ,z get the values as:

The values are just stored in the objects that we can see in the Environment.

Lastly , introducing the operator we will be requiring every time we want to use a function defined in a particular library. (And we require this A LOTTT !)

Package Reference Operator : It is made up of 2 colons represented as :: and allows us to use the functions defined in R libraries.

Want to see how? The syntax is :


By now we have talked a bit about the ‘objects’ in R. Every object in R has a class and this class can be a data type or a data structure. The concept of class is of real importance in R majorly because the class of an object helps us determine the various functions associated with it.

So we got 2 new terms namely : data type and data structure. Let’s get to their detailed explanation.

Data Types in R

The concept of data type is ancient and by now we are quite familiar with the major data types we have for the data in various tools and technologies. Encountering this term what immediately comes in my mind is text, numbers, date and boolean .That’s pretty much it.

All the structured data that we have can be categorized into these 4 categories majorly but the names could be slightly different in different tools. In R we can classify them as:

Text : This category can further be classified into character and factor. If anything is stored in “ “ or ‘ ‘ it has a class of character.

Numbers : This category can further be classified into numeric , integer and complex. However we will be encountering the numeric type the most in this case.

Boolean : We have logical data type here which is apparently for the TRUE and FALSE output we receive.

Date : The most complicated data type in R , it is not a direct data type but instead a derived data type and hence a whole new topic which needs to be discussed separately.

To understand the concept of dates in R , refer this article : Link to Article to be added before publishing

Previously we created few objects :

Input in Script

Let’s determine their class (data type here):

Input in Script

We get the data types as:

Output in Console

Type Casting

Does the name ‘Type Casting’ suggest anything about the concept?

It does! Type refers to the data type we just learnt about and casting refers to the conversion of this data type from one to another.

Essentially , Type Casting is the process of changing the data type of an object in R to another data type.

Suppose we have an object “demo” with us having any particular data type. To see this object in the form of another data type say “new_datatype” we write the command as as.new_datatype(demo) and we are done.

Note : Do you know that we can use only Console for both the input and the output part. Let us use Console for the rest of the article!

a is an object having value as 100 so its class is numeric.

To display this object as character we can write :

And we get the value of numeric object a as a character i.e “100”

Remember that the object a remains numeric as we didn’t save our result into any object.

Similarly we can write commands like :





and so on….

But this process has some rules , not every data type can be transformed to another type. There is a precedence that these data types follow according to which type casting is done.

Taking the most used data types : character, numeric ,logical.

Here type casting can be done from bottom to top but not vice versa.

In general , for any object the class cannot be converted from character to numeric or logical. Similarly for any object the class cannot be converted from numeric to logical.

However there are various exceptions and special cases to this.

To learn about the concept of Type Casting in detail I strongly suggest you to go through this article : Link to Article to be added before publishing

Libraries in R

We touched on this part at the beginning when we discussed that R is a modular language and therefore has something known as a library (also called module). R has two kinds of libraries: System libraries and User libraries which are more than 18,000 in number.

These libraries are available on CRAN (Comprehensive R Archive Network) which is a global repository of open source packages.

Now when it comes to libraries in R there are 3 things to keep in mind : Available Libraries , Installed Libraries and Loaded Libraries.

While available libraries refer to all the packages there on CRAN , installed libraries refer to all those libraries which are installed in your system and the loaded libraries are the ones that you explicitly load each time you open R in order to use the various functions listed there.

How to Install a Library ?

I will be using the GUI method here which is quite easy !

Go to Packages → Install → Give the Package Name

How to Load a Library?

Having a library installed in your system doesn’t mean that you can use it (functions defined inside) any time rather you need to explicitly load that library and the preferred way of doing the same is : library(library_name)

(Note : dplyr is one of the most commonly used libraries in R which contains various important functions (predefined functions) in it used for the purpose of data manipulation in R. Some of the commonly used functions defined in dplyr are mutate() , rename() , filter() etc. )

Since we already touched on the concept of package reference operator in the beginning , let me throw some light. It is used in the function calling part of the code whenever we are using a particular function from a particular library.

The operator :: denotes that we are referring to the mutate function from the dplyr library.

Data Structures in R

Just a few minutes ago you read about the data types in R , just like that we have another concept known as the data structures. The major ones are Vector and Data Frame.


A vector in R is an object and indeed an integral part of a data frame around which everything revolves in R. Vectors are created to store multiple elements in just a single object.

How to create a vector?

Use c and pass the values inside it.

We get our vector name and vector numbers.

Here we took similar values to create the vectors , all character in case of name and all numeric in case of numbers however we can create vectors with mixed values as well having character , numeric , logical etc. together but in that case the vector takes the highest data type (type casting occurs) as its class according to the precedence rules we learnt above.

Data Frame

It is a two dimensional data structure which is essentially made up of multiple one dimensional data structures called vectors. Since its 2D therefore has rows and columns where the columns are nothing but vectors and the rows are made up by the data that these vectors contain.

There are 2 ways to get a data frame:

Method 2 : Combining Vectors

For this we use data.frame as the function.

Let’s create some vectors first :

Now we will combine v1,v2,v3 to form a data frame details.

Our data frame is ready , to display it simply write details and we get :

However to view the data frame properly in a new tab we can use the View function. Simply write View(details) and we get :

Did you notice something?

Yes ! We took all the 3 vectors of the same size. Well that’s necessary here.

So this is how we can create data frames in R.

Importing Data Frames in R

In R we can import the data (our dataframe) from various sources.

The format we follow to import these data frames in R is :

df ← function_name(“file_absolute_path/filename.extension”)

R has different functions to read different type of files and hence the function_name

file_absolute_path refers to the absolute path of the file which can be obtained by simply replacing with / in the path.

Finally df is the name of the data frame in which we are storing the imported data.

Additional arguments can be added towards the end of the command in case of some files.

Try importing the data frames yourself with a little bit of research on the functions and arguments required for various types of files.

Functions in R

We might already have used the word ‘function’ by now. Functions come in handy when we want to perform a certain task multiple times. While there are some functions already defined in R like sum() , min() etc. which can be used directly to perform tasks like finding the sum of numbers and the least number amongst a set of numbers respectively, we too can create our own functions in R which are popularly known as the UDF’s.

Functions can be categorized broadly as:

Build-In Functions : Those functions which are already defined in R

User Defined Functions : Those functions in R which we can write on our own.

Let’s get to know how we can write our own functions !

How to Define Functions in R : User Defined Functions

Quite a simple process ! To define our own function in R we use the function keyword. The syntax is :

Your_function_name ← function(argument(s)){

Statement 1

Statement 2




Your_function_name → Any identifier name you want to give for the function

argument(s) → The User Input

Let’s create a function cube which finds the cube of numbers the user inputs:

Function Definition

By this we have created our own function ‘cube’ which can be called using the statement cube() passing the number (you want to find the cube of) as an argument in it.

Function Call

Similarly, we can create more such functions according to our usage.


In this article, we covered the entire introductory part to programming in R Language. I hope that by now you must be confident enough to write commands in the R language and perform tasks like data manipulation but this isn’t it! With R programming we can perform many more sophisticated tasks and hence the learning must not stop here. Let’s move on to Learning Statistical Analysis and Machine Learning with R Language.

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All You Need To Know About Google Assistant!

All You Need to Know About Google Assistant!

It is a voice command service from Google which quickly and easily makes your life better. It’s your designated personal Assistant which smartly works on your voice control for a wide range of commands. It can recognize the voice commands from different people and has the ability to give relevant results.

Google Assistant helps you with a number of tasks such as:

Sending messages

Making phone calls

Setting reminders

Finding recipes

Searching you a restaurant

Showing calendar

Playing the news

Reading your notifications

Making appointments

Opening apps on your phone

Finding you the lyrics of a song

Booking Movie tickets

Accessing information from your data

Controlling music


How Does It Work On Your Phone?

All the voice-activated device controls are to be managed by Google assistant. You can text or use voice commands to further communicate with it once launched.

With the latest update, you can change your google assistant’s voice into a bunch of people’s simulated voices, one of them is John Legend. Yes, it is possible and now you can have your weather forecast in the singer’s voice although it’s computerized (Available only in the US).

Services such as making a phone call or reading your notifications or setting a reminder can be accessed while the phone is locked.

However, acts like accessing payment pages, photo library and third-party apps need your phone to be unlocked for your safety.

More Features-

Set your voice in the phone and it can recognize up to 6 people and they all can get their own personalized assistance like music, reminders.

It comes in 20 languages including English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and several others. So, you can make changes in the language settings bar to choose the preferred one.

One can use the interpreter to translate the languages for you. It has proven to be a great help bridging the language barriers to tourists on foreign land. It keeps you updated with the weather forecast. Moreover, you can schedule it to show the weather forecast at a certain time daily on your device.

If you want to talk to Google Assistant without any interruption in between, then you can also customize that as well. To do so, follow these steps:

Activate Google Assistant. Go to Profile Icon.

Head to Settings.

For uninterrupted conversation, turn on the Continued Conversation tab

For the supported speakers, these companies are making it integrated to work with Google Assistant- JBL, Zolo, Sony, Panasonic, Insignia and many more.

Now you play your favorite shows on Netflix by giving a voice command to Google Assistant if you have the latest smart TVs with Android inbuilt.

Safety Concerns?

When it comes to safety, Google has made it sure to provide you with relevant options. We are given the freedom to choose the information we share. You can set your assistant to take commands only from you when it comes to accessing personal details.

One can manage conversation as well as delete the past conversations so that’s not saved on any of the related searched platforms.

All in all, they require information such as the Chrome search history to sort our preferences. The content we search for sets our criteria for Google to be a better virtual assistant for us.

A virtual assistant that uses natural voice integration for getting commands needs permission for audio input. You can simply go to the Settings and turn it on or off at any given time.

New launches include the smart displays from Lenovo which supports the Google Duo video calls, YouTube and Google Calendar.

Also Read: How to Lock Down Privacy on Amazon Echo and Google Home

Google Assistant app for iOS users is also a big hit. With the gradual changes, Google aims to attain the position of most liked virtual assistant for all phone and tablet users overall.

So, if you can’t find Google Assistant in your phone you can say ‘Ok Google’ and it will prompt you to configure it in your phone or you can get it in Play Store.

With the constant upgradation and its ability to change the punctuation in Android and iPhones as it can now read your texts and send replies as well. You can easily check the latest flights to commute and book it with the help of your digital assistant. It can always open up the photos folder for you and then allows you to edit it by just giving verbal commands. So, you can make it as useful as you want it to be, with constant changes, it is becoming more helpful in your home or while in your car.

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Everything You Need To Know About Jiomoney

JioMoney – Frequently Asked Questions

Question: How to register for JioMoney?

Question: Who is eligible for a Jio’s digital wallet account?

Answer: Any user who is above 10 years of age can use JioMoney and operate.

Answer: The app store sensitive information of a user on its secured servers, which is backed by world-class security procedures and cutting-edge technology. The credentials used by consumers are kept intact with the company and not shared with anyone when a user pays with the wallet. Further, a user should not share its sensitive information like mPIN and password details with anyone.

Question: What if I lose my phone, is my JioMoney amount safe?

Answer: If a user lost its phone then also the money is 100% safe in the wallet. As the wallet is operated through mPIN and password, nobody can access the information on your JioMoney. Further, if you suspect any unauthorized activity on your wallet, then you can suspend your account and block payment by calling the customer service number 1800-891-999 or can write to [email protected]

Answer: A user who has a Registered mobile number with any telecom operator can sign-up with JioMoney.

Question: What are the different types of accounts offered by JioMoney?

Answer: Jio’s wallet offers two types of accounts:

Basic Account: A basic account user can make transaction up to Rs. 10,000 per calendar month. No documents are required for ‘Basic Account’.

Advanced Account: A premium account user can store Rs. 1,00,000 stored in the JioMoney account for any calendar month, and make unlimited transactions.

Answer: No, there are no charges for using JioMoney

Question: Does JioMoney has any expiry policy?

Answer: No, your account is valid till the time you registered mobile number is in use.

Answer: Only one account.

Question: How can a user load money on its account?

Answer: A user can load money through Net Banking, credit/debit card.

Question: What will happen if a user fails to load his account?

Answer: If a user is unable to make the payment due to failure, the deducted amount will be refunded to the account or card.

Answer: No.

Question: Who all can a user pay using Jio wallet?

Answer: For all the Jio services, e-commerce websites, utility bills, electricity bills, gas, landline, insurance premiums, prepaid mobile recharges, and DTH connections. You can also do charity at National Association of Blind, Siddivinayak Trust, CRY etc. Apart from this, you can make payments to other JioMoney users.

Answer: JioMoney is available as a payment method at more than 50,000 e-commerce websites. Apart from this, you can also make payment through mobile app options which are offered by a number of online merchants.

Question: How to make payment at a neighborhood store or a shopping mall?

Answer: By choosing ‘Pay at Shop’ in the app and proceeding the payment.

Question: How to determine the payment is successful?

Question: How to send/receive money on the wallet?

Question: How to unlock the account?

Answer: If your account is locked after 3 consecutive incorrect mPIN attempts then you can contact JioMoney customer care at 1800-891-9999 (toll-free) or write to [email protected]

Question: How to give feedback to JioMoney?

Question: How to check account balance?

Question: How to update JioMoney profile?

Everything You Need To Know About 4K

What is 4K?

4K is a standard for video content that outputs at a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Essentially, each frame of 4K movie contains approximately four times the detail found in the FHD or HD version of that movie.


Importantly, you’ll need a 4K TV to watch 4K video content. You can’t just watch it on your old HD TV. You’ll need to upgrade.

Is 4K the same as HDR?

No. HDR is a separate standard that spins-off of 4K resolution that deals with how wide the colour-gamut of the display output is.

For more on this, read our feature on Everything You Need To Know About HDR TVs.

Can HD content be upscaled to 4K?


Yes. However, not without some loss in quality.

Most modern 4K TVs support native upscaling – automatically resizing HD and FHD quality content to suit the larger resolution. Non-4K content will generally look better on a 4K TV than a HD one – but not as good as properly mastered 4K content will.

It’s for this reason that most film distributors are currently re-releasing older films in 4K.

Where can I get 4K content?


There are two main ways to get 4K content. The first and easiest way is to buy physical 4K Blu-Rays via retail chains like JB Hi-Fi, EZYDVD, or online through channels like Amazon. While the initial crop of 4K Blu-Ray content was limited to one or two of the major studios, most major Hollywood releases nowadays tend to get a 4K release including films like Mortal Combat, Godzilla, Red Sparrow and Avengers: Infinity War.

You can also now buy classic films that have been remastered in 4K, including oldies like: Psycho and The Wizard of Oz and more recent films like, Gladiator, Back To The Future Trilogy and Inception.

Bear in mind that, if you’re looking to watch 4K Blu-Ray content, you’ll also need to invest in 4K Blu-Ray player and a 4K-ready HDMI 2.0 cable.

The other place you’ll be able to find 4K content is through digital distribution channels like iTunes and the Google Play Movies store. Unfortunately for Australian audiences, only select studios are currently offering 4K content through these channels at the time of writing.

Foxtel also has 4K channels, including a 4K Ultra HD movie channel and a 4K Ultra HD sports channel. To view the Foxtel 4K content, you’ll need a 4K TV, active Foxtel subscription and the company’s new iQ4 set top box.

Can I stream 4K content on a streaming service like Netflix?


That’s the other major source for 4K content at the moment. Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime all support 4K content for most of their original series and some licensed content.

Of course, in order for you to access any of that content, you’ll need adequate bandwidth. For Netflix users, this translates to the following:

0.5 Megabits per second – Required broadband connection speed

1.5 Megabits per second – Recommended broadband connection speed

3.0 Megabits per second – Recommended for SD quality

5.0 Megabits per second – Recommended for HD quality

25 Megabits per second – Recommended for Ultra HD quality

Select original streaming content on these platforms has also been graded to make use of HDR standards like HDR10 and Dolby Vision.

Can I play video games in 4K?

4A Games

4K gaming is supported by Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5, Microsoft’s Xbox One X, Xbox One S and Xbox Series X consoles.

However, it’s worth noting that, only the standard PlayStation 5, Xbox One X, Xbox One S and Xbox Series X support physical 4K Blu-ray discs.

Rumours are currently rife that we will soon see a Nintendo Switch 2 that supports 4K gameplay, yet nothing concrete has yet been confirmed.

As for PC, 4K gaming is taking off rapidly with 4K monitors now easy to find and also highly affordable. There are many games now available that support 4K, including titles like Metro Exodus, Metal Gear Solid V and Battlefield 1.

Once again, you will need the correct hardware. As well as a 4K monitor, you will need a graphics card that can support 4K gameplay. The newer and more powerful your graphics card, the better.

Optimally, you will want to have an Nvidia RTX 30 Series or AMD Radeon RX6000 Series graphics card installed, since these are the newest and most optimised graphics cards for 4K gaming. However, you could also get away with an older graphics card as long as it isn’t too underpowered. We wouldn’t recommend anything older or less powerful than Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti or RTX 2070 Ti, or AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 XT.

You’ll also want nothing less powerful than an Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7 processor to make 4K gaming on your PC worthwhile.

Know About Ai Art Generator

Are you ready to experience the most fantastic AI tool Soulgen to find your perfect match?

With Soulgen AI, you can generate an AI girl with a customizable Character based on the prompt without an NSFW filter.

Is this a harmless fantasy or dangerous addiction?

Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about this adult AI art generator Soulgen AI.

What Is Soulgen AI?

Soulgen AI is an AI art generator that creates images of real or anime girls as per the given prompt or tags.

This tool is called a Soulmate/imaginary girlfriend generator to fulfill users’ dreams.

The images generated by Soulgen AI are realistic and detailed. They look like real people or anime Character images.

How Does Soulgen AI Work?

Soulgen AI uses a deep learning algorithm to create unique anime-style or realistic portraits of girls from the given text.

It keeps training in the massive datasets of images to create unique AI-generated girls.

Soulgen AI works by using neural networks to generate images from text prompts.

In addition, the neural network is trained on a large dataset of images and captions and learns to generate new images relevant to the given prompt.

Additionally, it uses a powerful human body generation model and allows users to customize the images of their imaginary partner.

Note: Providing more images and text prompts will improve the accuracy of the Soulgen AI-generated images.

Features Of Soulgen AI

Some of the features of Soulgen AI are given below:

It can generate high-quality, realistic images with impressive skin tones, facial features and tiny details.

It creates unique and authentic AI-generated girls’ images.

It can generate images for both personal and professional use.

It has numerous customizations and in-built tags.

How To Use Soulgen AI?

SoulGen AI is the leading portrait generator in the market and its new upgrade is a significant improvement over the previous version.

You can describe your dream girl with prompts or tags, and it will generate images in anime or real style.

Follow these steps to use Soulgen AI to generate your imaginative girlfriend.

Then, sign up for a subscription or log into your account.

Enter your preference prompt, adjusting features such as hair, eye, color, facial expressions, action, scene, etc. Alternatively, you can choose a built-in prompt and customize its features.

Here, you can easily download or share the generated images with others.

Soulgen AI is not free and requires two subscription fees.

One month: $9.99/month for those who want to try Soulgen.AI.

Twelve months: $69.99/year for those who generate up to 100 images monthly.

You cannot generate images on Soulgen AI freely.

Likewise, you need to subscribe to one of the pricing plans to use it. Alternatively, you can get a free trial if you do not have an account.

Continue reading to discover whether Character AI Plus allows NSFW and the best Janitor AI alternatives without NSFW.

Does Soulgen Allow An NSFW Filter?

Soulgen AI allows users to create AI-generated art without censorship restrictions.

It is completely open to NSFW (Not Safe For Work) artwork and can generate high-quality anime and realistic images.

It means that you can generate any kind of content as long as it is not illegal or harmful.

This AI tool is fun and creative, and here you can fly your imagination and describe your dream girl with simple words.

Additionally, it protects your privacy and lets you own your creation. It means your creation belongs to you, and can use it for personal or commercial purposes.

According to the Soulgen website, you must be at least 18 or the age of majority in your jurisdiction to use Soulgen AI.

There is no NSFW filter or censorship on the images created by Soulgen AI. Users can freely create 18+ content if they wish.

Note: Soulgen may generate images that are not suitable for minors or may violate the country’s law. That’s why this AI tool is unsuitable for teenagers without parental consent.

The Bottom Line

Soulgen AI has the potential to revolutionize art with endless creative content.

This AI image generator helps the user to unleash their imagination, expression and personalization in the future of art generation by removing unnecessary barriers.

Let your imagination run free with Soulgen AI.

Read on to learn more about using Stable Diffusion and the best Stable Diffusion negative prompt list.

Frequently Asked Questions Does Soulgen AI Generate Boy Images?

Soulgen only generates images of girls (realistic or anime) but not boys.

However, you can use other AI image generators, such as DeepAI or Dall-E 2, which generate various objects and characters based on the given prompts.

Is Soulgen Safe To Use?

Soulgen AI does not store or share your images and other data.

However, you must carefully read their terms of service and privacy before using it.

Additionally, you must be careful of the potential issues of consent and misuse of AI-generated images.

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Nokia 2V: All You Need To Know

The world bore witness to its ascent and eventual global domination in the mobile world all through the 1990s and 2000s. Several of is products, such as Nokia 6600 and Nokia 3310 were rockstars in their own right. Powered by Symbian OS, Nokia phones came to be known for their hard-as-a-rock build quality.

When the next revolution came in the form of touchscreen phones and Android OS, Nokia was swept away in the storm. Following a series of sellouts, shutdowns, and acquisitions, Nokia was administered CPR and brought back to life by its owner HMD Global, with Android as its operating system, beginning from 2023.

Since then, Nokia has seen decent success and has been building up its reputation steadily. With its latest offering, the Nokia 2V, the brand promises to deliver on its newfound adulation.

Nokia 2V Specs

5.5-inch 16:9 HD+ LCD display

Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor


8GB expandable storage, up to 128GB

8 MP rear camera

5 MP front camera

4000mAh battery

Android 8.1 Oreo Go, upgradable to Android Pie

Colors: Blue, Silver

Officially named the Nokia 2.1, Verizon Wireless rechristened it as the Nokia 2V, which is why the phone is recognized more by the former name than the latter.

Pricing and Availability

Nokia 2V is sold all over the U.S. in Verizon stores and on their official website priced at $69.99.

→ Buy Nokia 2V at Verizon

What you should know about the Nokia 2V

Here is a rundown of some of the features you should know about the Nokia 2V. The main attributes of the device discussed below highlight why it id good, and why it isn’t.

Larger Battery

For such an incredibly reasonable price, the Nokia 2V holds a hefty 4000mAh battery. Coupled with Android Go, an operating system designed to minimize battery expenditure, the Nokia 2V can do a marathon run of 2 days on a single charge. The phone can also be charged pretty quickly thanks to the support for 5V/2A that pumps a maximum of 10W, the most a non-fast charging phone can allow.

Better Performance

As noted, the Nokia 2V runs on Android 8.1 Oreo Go edition. The phone has been diligently crafted to cut costs on the frills and trills that come in every other phone but are not of much use to anyone, yet made zero compromises on the essentials. Being an Android Go phone entails that there is no lag, no speedy battery drain, even after app updates.

Even better is that HMD Global will be rolling out the update to Android 9 Pie Go edition before the end of Q1 2023.

Rudimentary Design

From an aesthetic perspective, Nokia 2V does not score high with us. Its metallic casing feels a little tacky. It comes in 2 basic colors, navy blue and silver, when there are far more attractive and bold colors selling like hot cakes – rose gold, for instance.


With a mere 1GB of RAM, Nokia 2V sorely disappoints. Nokia may be hoping to get away with this based on the real-time performance of the phone on the Android Go operating system, but even by those standards, 1GB of RAM feels like heading back to ancient times, right?

Nevertheless, the Nokia 2V is still a great phone for anyone in the market for a backup phone that hardly disappoints or even one for kids.

Should you buy the Nokia 2V?

Well, considering all of the above, the good battery it packs in and a decent performance Nokia’s software provides, we have to say that the 2V is a solid option.

If you are in a market for a very basic smartphone at Verizon, then Nokia 2V sure ticks all the must-have boxes.

Another option you have is Moto E5 Plus, which as its plus and down points compared to the Nokia 2V, but for their price, both are good features, and you shall buy whichever you like the most. For this price, these two are the best of the lot.

Nokia 2V accessories

Looking for a few items like a case, screen protector, tempered glass, etc.? Well, we have got you covered. Have a look at our coverage of some of the best Nokia 2V accessories available at the moment at the link right below.

→ Top Nokia 2V accessories

What are your thoughts on the Nokia 2V?

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