ChipWhisperer can be used to analyze the traces from the scope that you’ve captured. You’ll need to put it into our project format (Capture Helpers — ChipWhisperer 5.6.1 documentation). Traces have four fields: a wave (the trace data as a numpy array), and textin/textout/key (all bytearrays). This involves transferring the data from your scope to your PC, loading them into Python, and putting them into the correct format (the Project described above).
How to get your trace data onto your PC and into Python isn’t something I can help with, as I have little experience in the area.
You’ll want to take a look at our tutorial notebooks, which go over using ChipWhisperer and its Python API to capture traces, analyze traces, etc.