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I believe that the syntax of Excel sheets is not "vague", but rather well defined. Actually, that is why I suggest using Excel syntax. There may be even better alternatives that are suitable for a non-computer guy to supply input data. I see CSV as a significantly poorer alternative.

The semantics of each column in the the input tables are well defined. In fact, my friend supplies all the engineering formulas and other processing rules, with unambiguous references to the input sources; I just do the coding of the processing. It could be that his specification of his method is so vague that I misunderstand what to code - but that would be on the processing level, not on the input data format level.
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