You may use the Bridge Control Panel which is already installed on your PC to display data sent to the PC. I never tried that with the Kit-001, but it should work. Use the USBUART interface and connect the BCP to the appropiate COM port. The syntax for the BCP takes getting used to...
There is easy way if you need only a chart, displaying current, voltage or something else as function of time. That is "Bluetooth Graphics" app for Android phone or tablet (find it on Google store-> Apps. It uses Bluetooth to connect, you will send simple ASCII string like "E 12.3, 345.0, 7 /n" through UART.
Theres always an interface to an SDCARD to log data
for further processing.
Thens there is StampPlot Lite or Pro, former freeware, graph data over
UART, TCP/IP, etc....
There is always Python and collecting data to pass to Excel and its plotting capability. Over
Thank you so much for the helpful answers everyone. I will look at all these options. I have looked at the bridge one a little bit but like someone said using python I have used some python GUI helpers in the past where you just drag a volt meter on the schematic and give it variables and it prints out nice results. I will look at these options and see. Again, thank you!