The purpose of the FCSExtract utility is to extract Flow Cytometry Standard (FCS) data from a binary FCS file and convert it to an ASCII text format, which can be read by a variety of software analysis packages.
SELES (Spatially Explicit Landscape Event Simulator) was originally a Windows NT application made as part of a research project looking at forest stand dynamics. SELES main strength appears to be the ability of researchers to use a rich configuration file / vocabulary rather than learn to program in a particular language.
WinMDI is a free application developed for the interpretation of Flow Cytometry data. This was developed at the Howard Scripps Institute. MDI stands for "Multiple Document Interface", in relation to the document formats that it supports for flow data.