In FIG. 1, object A is omitted for the sake of brevity. ... In FIG. 10, as in/with FIG. 1, object A is omitted for the sake of brevity.
I would like to know which of as in/with is correct in the sentence above I created, although you may think the phrase "as in/with FIG. 1" is redundant and unnecessary. The result of google search I made indicates both are used almost equally.