Experimentalists think that a clever experiment will reveal the truth no matter what analysis they perform. ("If your result needs a statistician then you should design a better experiment." - Ernest Rutherford)
Analysts think that a clever analysis will reveal the truth no matter what experiment they perform. ("If the difficulty of a physiological problem is mathematical in essence, then physiologists ignorant of mathematics will get precisely as far as one physiologist ignorant of mathematics, and no further." - Norbert Wiener)
Good science lies somewhere between these two extremes.