This is just a random rant. I already downloaded the paper by other means.
I am just venting my frustration here at Oxford University Press. After mangling links to supplementary materials, now they paywall open acess articles. This is what I see when trying to read "Enrichment or depletion of a GO category within a class of genes: which test?":
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And a little bellow:
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I found the paper (just google, didn't even need to resort to the hub), and saw this:
Funding to pay the Open Access publication charges for this article was provided by the CNRS and the city of Paris.
Now that is funding well-spent!
I have already contacted OUP using their "contact us" site (which is missing an "Our goof-ups" section), my experience is in 3-4 months they will reply, probably sending me a pdf of the paper.
Ok, end of rant! I feel a bit better now.