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Fix PEP8 in data #929
Well for really small thing it is not really worth it to close and make a new one, unless it has horrible merge problems and a tons of random commit got inside. If I do something big, I personnally prefer to break it in small cases (but you lose the point where it all fits in, and people don't bother checking the math) or you make a monster PR that is impossible to review.
Well you only have 2 commits, I have seen worse. You can try a rebase to merge those ocmmits, like http://gitready.com/advanced/2009/02/10/squashing-commits-with-rebase.html