I was recently suggested to remove "from" from a sentence similar to the following one:
This study aims to choose the best method from among the following: (i)...
Is it indeed better to remove the "among"? Does it change anything? What do you think?
I suppose choosing the best method in itself implies separating or singling out one from the rest.
The sentence is more succinct with the word from omitted.
I am not a teacher.