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If you have a partitioned drive you can make your life easy by working from the "D"-drive or whatever, as paths originating from there don´t contain your username.
It didn't just decide to do the "summary"; that's how you submitted it. It depends on your ultimate goal with the data, but you have at least a couple options: Create one raster for each attribute of interest. My suspicion is that this is what you should do, because I've never encountered a reason to use option 2... or Create another column in your ...
What about PDAL? There is a Python package here - https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PDAL/1.2.0. Here is an example from the command line documentation: pdal translate input.las output.txt
This file should not have the extension *.asc as this would be very miss-leading. The *.asc extension is used for the simple (and very slow) ASCII grid format. The file contents you show above are what is typically referred to as an XYZ grid. It is a very verbose way of expressing a grid but can therefore also be read as a simple point cloud. As all of the ...
All directory names and all file names must be free of spaces and other special symbols and cannot be Unicode characters. Only good old ASCII file and directory names are supported by LAStools at the moment.
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