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. Currently, three versions of this program are available from the Scripps Institute: Windows 9x Windows 3 Windows286 (designed with SoftWindows emulation in mind)

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VersionDescriptionLatest RatingLatest Wine version testedTest resultsComments
2.5Early release for windows 3.1Garbage0.9.7.10
2.7 286Only the version 2.7 for 286 (softwindows) works well enough to be usable. However, the fact that it was written to run on a windows 3.x system with a 286 chip makes it less than desirable.10
2.8WinMDI 2.8Garbage0.9.11.20