Dyno charts won’t be useful mostly because they don’t translate into real world riding well. They leave out factors such as wind resistance, road condition(wet/dry/loose), and etc. Which will affect your riding alot more than knowing exactly at which point its best to shift, in releation to engine speed / tire speed, to the nearest .0001. Plus it will cost money. Why spend several hundred dollars for something that you will have to learn on the road anyway? 30 min. of PLP is worth a hundred dyno results. Dyno results / tests = Theoretical Knowledge, Riding your bike for a few hours = Practical Knowledge. Practical knowledge is always worth more than theoretical.
Plus, riding your bike around is alot more fun than sitting in a waiting room while a bunch of techs do who knows what to your bike.