PWM are digital output pins, and it seems that you wish to measure analog equivalent voltage generated by PWM output. If so, you'd need a filter.
Construct a unity gain op-amp based RC filter with cut-off frequency significantly smaller than PWM clock frequency. This will generate a analog waveform that can drive analog circuits. You could connect this to ADC input pin.
You could Google "Active low pass filter" for a lot of schematics and formula.
To be able to faithfully reproduce analog signal captured through ADC on a computer screen graph, your ADC sample rate must be more than ~2.5 times analog signal's bandwidth.
If your sample rate is close to Nyquist rates, you'd need to filter (interpolate) your digitized signal in software to generate a smooth graph. This is a bit involved in maths and software. Otherwise you'd only get a "spikey" waveform.
Or preferably have a sample rate > 10 times analog bandwidth. This will give large enough sample counts to reliably show analog data without much processing.