In general if you have rows with timestamps (epoch time or datetime/timestamp data type) you should be able to use the graph panel and visualize time series. If not, tabular output using table panel is probably only option.
If Response_Time - Describe ID contains an epoch timestamp (epoch in seconds) you should be able to write a query like this:
$__time(`Response_Time - Describe ID`),
Response_Time as value,
'Response time' as metric
<insert your table name here>
$__unixEpochFilter(`Response_Time - Describe ID`)
`Response_Time - Describe ID`
Once you understand this you should be able to read documentation that i linked earlier to get better understands/help or search here to find other questions regarding using mysql as data source in Grafana.