I need to view (large) CSV files on my Mac. I could use something like OpenOffice, but unfortunately it's pretty big and slow. I'm wondering if there's a Mac equivalent of some of the Windows tools mentioned on this SU question.
Commenter @Boris Yakubchik points out there's a new CSV app: Tablecruncher - tablecruncher.com . I have not tested it.
There's a new desktop app for viewing and analyzing CSV files on macOS: Tad.
There's a new cross-platform desktop app for viewing CSV files: Comma Chameleon.
Open Refine weighs in at 50.6 MB, but I don't think that's the 'weight' you're interested in. Anyway I think it's a good tool for any size dataset. They make it faster by paginating the data.
Not sure how light-weight it is, but I found this with a quick Google search: XTabulator 2
XTabulator is a tabular data file editor for Mac OS X. With XTabulator, you can edit, manipulate, > massage, slice, and dice comma-separated (CSV), tab-separated (TAB), or anything-separated files quickly and easily.