The plotting of a SuperWASP light curve from the Internet is similar to the plotting of an ASAS-3 or ZTF light curve, both of which are explained in detail in this User Guide.  

The Plot light curve from SuperWASP DR1 dialog box consists of two sections: the upper one is labeled Star name, and allows to enter the WASP name of the star to be plotted (e.g., 1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6), or the AAVSO VSX name, or the SIMBAD name, or its (J2000.0) RA and Decl coordinates. Both values have to be separated with a semi-colon. RA and Decl need to be in sexagesimal format with values separated by spaces. So, a valid entry would be: 04 59 13.57; -69 35 43.3. Or its (J2000.0) RA and Decl coordinates, expressed in degrees and separated with a semi-colon. Example: 76.80654; -69.595361.

The fields in the Additional fields section are identical to the ones found in the ASAS-3 and ZTF descriptions.

Note that SuperWASP light curves are expressed in Heliocentric Julian Day. 

Peranso makes use of data (under DOI 10.26133/NEA9) from the first public release of the WASP data (Butters et al. 2010) as provided by the WASP consortium and services at the NASA Exoplanet Archive, which is operated by the California Institute of Technology, under contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under the Exoplanet Exploration Program.