# Correct glitch amplitude prior denominator

`draw_glitch_amplitude`

samples an amplitude from a wavelet's glitch amplitude prior. To do so, the function computes a probability density multiple times. In some instances, it multiplies the density's denominator by an extra factor of 2. Those instances are here:

Meanwhile the prior is correctly computed without the factor of 2 here:

This issue seems to have arisen because the variable `SNRsq`

has a factor of 2 inside of it. The incorrect prior calculations assume that `SNRsq`

does not contain that factor of 2. Notice that in the similar `draw_signal_amplitude`

function, `SNRsq`

has a factor of 4, and none of the SNR computations contain an extra 4 in their denominators:

This merge request removes the extra factors of 2 from lines 69 and 95.