In this case wiring up the display involves an expensive interface that converts from HDMI to the specific flexible PCB (FPC) signals of this particular display, in fact it has all the electronics of an LCD monitor, and only uses the LCD from a tablet instead of a normal LCD panel. And as any other tablet display uses a different set of FPC cables, so you will need a different interface board for each tablet screen, and it must be exactly the right one.
This is just an expensive commercial solution, its NOT a "simple way to wire up the display to a PI" as was asked by the OP, so yes the answer stays NO, unless you want to pay big bucks for an adapter to convert the LCD into a full HDMI monitor, and the expertise to find *exactly* the right adapter board for the LCD. And NO, there is no simpler/cheaper way to interface this LCD to a PI.
it also doesn't need any special skills, just the money to buy the commercial solution.