Unfortunately, the link does not give any data that will produce a S-N curve for you. At least not anything I saw glancing through it.
S-N curves are easy to produce if the data (test) is already done. On a piece of graph paper draw an x axis and a y axis line. On the Y axis you would chart the Stress and on the X axis, chart the # of cycles to failure.
In order to produce your own tests, a test apparatus should be designed to duplicate (as nearly as possible) the service conditions that the final product will see. This includes stress level applied to the part, time frequency (how often the force is applied) and stress pattern. Apply a given force and number of times until a part fails. From there increase the force, repeat the test and record when the part fails with the increased force. Keep repeating this until you have a bevy of numbers to plot on the X,y chart mentioned above.
Do a search for S-N curves on the net and you will get some great examples. If you need specifics, give me a shout.