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This might help for basic needs but i cannot assure for further needs such as on click info window
I have written a step-by-step PDAL tutorial that demonstrates how to do this task in that environment. Please see the PDAL clipping tutorial for more information.
You might check whether or not the C10 .bin file is actually a TerraSolid file. PDAL provides a reader for TerraSolid .bin plus numerous other point cloud formats.
What you are describing is just categorizing the raster data, which is an aspect of styling in any GPS system I know. Be it something proprietary like ArcGIS or open like QGIS.
You should definitely check out the work of Bjørn Sandvik at the Thematic Mapping blog. Very inspirational stuff with lots of technical walk-throughs, and a good mix of desktop GIS and programming. A recent example looks at mapping out a cross country ski trip: http://blog.thematicmapping.org/2015/03/nordryggen-on-skis-for-25-days-creating_20.html
At MangoMap we offer various query tools out of the box (no coding required). The most powerful is probably the Summary tool, there's a video here showing how it works: Summary Tool The MangoMap query tool is also another alternative: Query Tool
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