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I try to say that the next example explain the idea my new method. However, I just repeat some words which make my sentence hard to follow.

Here is my try:

To simplify the idea of method A, the following example shows how to build a new model using method A.

I repeat "method A". How can I write my sentence in a good way?

Thanks you so much

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    Why complicate things? The simplest way would just be to say/write ...how to build a new model using it. The referent of it is contextually obvious. – FumbleFingers Dec 16 '18 at 14:24
  • I'm not sure "simplify" is the right word for this context. Do you mean "demonstrate"? Also, I would recommend not picking an answer too quickly, as it may discourage others from giving you good alternatives. – Andrew Dec 16 '18 at 15:08
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To simplify the idea of method A, the following example shows how to build a new model using this method.

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The shortest, and least repetitive, way of expressing the idea is to use the pronoun it:

To simplify the idea of method A, the following example shows how to build a new model using it.

This prevents you from repeating either method or A.

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The following example demonstrates how to build a model by using Method A.

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