Is there any way how to use Kismet data to locate rogue wireless access points?
Sure this is possible. There's a couple of ways to approach it.
The easiest way is to run kismet then as you're running it look for your Rogue access point appearing on the list of access points seen. When it does, lock the channel that kismet is looking on to the channel being used by your rogue access point (this gives a clearer signal than if kismet is hopping over a number of channels)
Then look at the signal strength being shown and wander around the area until you get the strongest signal you can. At that point I generally find that the AP is within 10-15 feet and just looking around the area will spot it (unless someone has deliberately hidden it from you)
Another option is to use directional antennas and triangulation to try to locate the AP, but I'd suggest that in the first instance you just go based on signal strength.
If you have other tools available besides kismet, I'd actually recommend airodump-ng for locating access points as from an interface point of view it can be easier to look at the signal strength on that as you're walking around.
Also if the AP is not cloaked you can used Android tools like "wifi Analyzer" which work pretty well for this kind of thing and which can be easier to carry around.