MBMDR is a software that is able to detect multiple sets of significant gene-gene and/or gene-environment interactions in relation to a trait of interest, while efficiently controlling type I error rates. It is mainly used to analyse data were the trait is expressed either on a binary or continuous scale, but can also handle a censored trait.
IPCAPS is a framework for population or patient structure analysis where genetic determinants of admixture are organized according to highly complex architectures. IPCAPS allows biologists to analyze genome-wide data to retrieve population structure from both single-locus and multi-locus information.
EpiShell is based on BOolean Operation-based Screening and Testing (BOOST) with a couple of enhancements related to missing data handling.