The 2.8 version of WinMDI is provided as a free download on our website. The most popular version among WinMDI users is 2.8. The most frequent installation filename for the software is: Winmdi.exe. The software lies within Development Tools, more precisely IDE. This free tool was originally created by The Scripps Research Institute.
From the developer:
WinMDI is an older 16-bit Windows application and reads most FCS 2.0 compliant files known from most cytometer manufacturers at the time it was last compiled (in 2000), and therefore does not recognize FCS 3.0 BD digital data or other data where the raw values are are either stored at greater than 16 bits as signed/unsigned integers, or as 32 bit single precision floats (where $datatype = F). It is possible to export BD FCS 3.0 data as FCS 2.
You may want to check out more software, such as GnuWin32: PlotUtils, FarPy GUIE or JOGL VertexProgRefract Demo, which might be similar to WinMDI.