You need to build a special driver board. Most of the drive circuitry is on the main chip built into the display, which is convenient, but it requires a number of capacitors (which are too big to fit into the display itself) on the various voltage pins, and a special power control circuit to ensure that the different voltages get enabled at the right time.
The datasheet details the capacitors that need connecting (Figure 7.5(2)), as well as the power control circuit (Figure 7.5(4)).
There is another small circuit snippet there as well (Figure 7.5(3), temperature sensor) but I haven't worked out the relevance of that yet.
Also you will need the right FPC connector, and a surface mount PCB to solder it on to, as well as the ability to solder it (reflow oven), so it's not a trivial task. You may be able to find the right connector already soldered onto a breakout board if you look around - but make sure it is the right one, since there are many variations - number of pins, pitch of pins, upper or lower connection, etc.