After having installed the access point, you'll need to install Jupyter on the Pi.
I've never actually ran Jupyter Notebooks on a Pi3, I surmise it would execute lightweight notebooks. I think your only option is native Jupyter Notebook install, since some if not all Docker Hub images pre-built by the Jupyter project seem to currently have dependencies on x86.
If your notebooks are too heavy for a Pi, maybe you want to have a look at mybinder.org (= Jupyter Notebooks on-demand -aka JupyterHub- in the cloud). It spawns your own Jupyter Notebook container from notebooks and dependencies held in the git (GitHub) repository of your choice. Demos of this here
(click on the "launch binder" labels)