There is currently no way of exporting the pitch raise data from pianoscope to csv.
But if you just want to show the measurements to the customer, you can simply re-open the pitch raise measurements panel at any time. It shows the cents offsets from your last pitch raise.
If you really want to get your hands on the raw data, you can open the pianoscope document in a text editor and take a look at the "overpull" section. It contains the first partial frequencies from the pitch raise measurements. To get the cents offset from the tuning curve you would need to implement some calculation in Excel to compare it to the target frequencies in the "tuning" section. The data in the tuning document is in JSON format. Excel is able to directly import JSON data, but I have no experience with this feature.