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Temporary update circle python 2.7 tests #375

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kmax12 commented Jan 15, 2019

Until the next dask 1.1.0 release, we need to force the version of numpy for the python 2.7 tests.

Once dask is released, we can undo this change. It is scheduled to be released Friday Jan 18

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Merging #375 into master will not change coverage.
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v0.6.0 #387

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