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This is the sentence that is confusing me:

Thanks to this screenshot we have a better view [of how] this model is built.

In my language it is correct to use something like "of how" to introduce an explanation. But I'm not sure about using that in English.

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Yes, it is grammatical in English. Think of how as meaning ‘the way in which’.

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