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Is it possible to load an .las file directly into QGIS?

I would like to be able to load LiDAR data and to be able to do analysis based various feature attributes; e.g., elevation, classifications, etc. While LASTools (which was suggested in What is the procedure to load LAS files in QGIS 2.0.1?) is a nice set of tools, it still didn't produce an .las point file that could be read by QGIS

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liblas can be compiled with gdal support, then use las2ogr to convert the las to a QGIS-supported vector format. http://www.liblas.org/utilities/las2ogr.html

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