The first five minima look okay (accounting for the rescaling of the axes). I don't know what is happening with the last minimum. How reproducible is it? With the flat part you are seeing clipping of the amplifier and/or DAC, not a physical effect in the tube.
The vapour temperature is fine. 180°C is in the range of temperatures our group tested (it got boring re-running the experiment dozens of times at different temperatures!) and you won't see any interesting thermal excitation effects there. On the other hand, our equipment wasn't able to go beyond an accelerating potential above about 32 V so we didn't see your sixth minimum. It may be physical or may be an error, I don't know.
I've attached my old reading list for the Franck-Hertz experiment. Some of these (particularly the original experiment - it is well worth reading their Nobel lectures!) used proper professional laboratory equipment when they weren't worried about electrocuting students. So one of these papers might have the data you want to compare to.
Fletcher J. (1985). Non-equilibrium in low pressure rare gas discharges. J. Phys. D: App. Phys., 18, 221.
Franck, J. & Hertz, G. (1925). Physics Nobel Lectures 1925. Physics.
Gargioni, E. & Grosswendt, B. (1971). Scattering cross sections for electron transport calculations in matter. Physicalisch-Technischen Bundesanstalt. Google scholar search.
Genolio, R. J. (1973). Average Energy of Electrons in a Franck-Hertz Tube. Am. J. Phys., 41, 288–290.
Hanne, G. F. (1988). What really happens in the Franck-Hertz experiment with mercury? Am. J. Phys., 56 no. 8, 696–700. Retrieved from UMK.
Li, B., White, R. & Robson, R. (2002). Spatially periodic structures in electron swarms: ionization, NDC effects and multi-term analysis. J. Phys. D: App. Phys., 35, 2914.
Liu, F. H. (1987). Franck-Hertz experiment with higher excitation level measurements. Am. J. Phys., 55 no. 4, 366–369.
McMahon, D. R. A. (1983). Elastic electron-atom collision effects in the Franck-Hertz experiment. Am. J. Phys., 51 no. 12, 1086.
Nicoletopoulos, P. & Robson, R. (2008). Periodic Electron Structures in Gases: A Fluid Model of the “Window” Phenomenon. Phys. Rev. Lett., 100 no. 12, 1-4.
Nicoletopoulos, P. (2003). Analytic elastic cross sections for electron-atom scattering from generalized Fano profiles of overlapping low-energy shape resonances. arXiv:physics/0307081 [physics.atom-ph].
Rapior, G., Sengstock, K. & Baev, V. (2006). New features of the Franck-Hertz experiment. Am. J. Phys., 74 no. 5, 423
Robson, R. E., Li, B., & White, R. D. (2000). Spatially periodic structures in electron swarms and the Franck-Hertz experiment. J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys., 33, 507–520.
Sigeneger, F. & Winkler, R. (2003). On the kinetics of electron trapping in the Franck-Hertz experiment. XXVI International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases. Greifswald, Germany, 15-20 July 2003.
Sigeneger, F., Winkler, R. & Robson, R. E. (2003). What really happens with the electron gas in the famous Franck-Hertz experiment? Contrib. Plasm. Phys., 43 no. 3-4, 178-197.