Not really. The only setting that actually affects the RAW data is Long Exposure NR, which takes a dark frame and subtracts that from the image data before writing the RAW file.
If you use DPP to convert the RAW files, the settings from the camera will be applied by default in DPP.
Also, note that the in-camera settings do affect the small jpg preview image that's embedded in the RAW file, and that preview image is also used for the histogram data when you review the shot. So, picture style and other settings can indirectly affect the RAW file if you make exposure changes based on those data.