Salami publishing refers to the practice of splitting scientific work into overly small pieces (least publishable units) and publishing a separate paper about each.
I am looking for a term for the opposite practice, i.e., lumping together a lot of or too much scientific work into one paper.
I prefer terms that can be understood (by a suitable audience) without further explanation. Essentially, I want something less cumbersome than opposite of salami publishing.
I have no strong preference regarding the tone of the term. E.g., it can be derogatory (but doesn’t need to be).
I am open to neologisms, but please consider the first point.
This term would be useful for me to talk about the publishing culture in biology (or certain subfields thereof), where new relevant methods often do not get papers on their own, but are only published as the appendix to some paper that is primarily about findings achieved with that method.