CORNET: A neurosymbolic approach to learning conditional table formatting rules by example

@article{Singh2022CORNETAN,
  title={CORNET: A neurosymbolic approach to learning conditional table formatting rules by example},
  author={Mukul Singh and Jos{\'e} Pablo Cambronero S{\'a}nchez and Sumit Gulwani and Vu Le and Carina Negreanu and Mohammad Raza and Gust Verbruggen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2208.06032}
}
Spreadsheets are widely used for table manipulation and pre- sentation. Stylistic formatting of these tables is an important property for both presentation and analysis. As a result, pop- ular spreadsheet software, such as Excel, supports automatically formatting tables based on data-dependent rules. Un- fortunately, writing these formatting rules can be challenging for users as that requires knowledge of the underlying rule language and data logic. In this paper, we present C ORNET , a neuro…