Can I seed the `random_layout`

when using the `GraphPlot`

package to visualize a graph? For example:

```
using GraphPlot
using Graphs
using Compose
g = SimpleGraph()
add_vertices!(g,25)
for i in 1:10
for j in 11:25
add_edge!(g,i,j) end
end
end
draw(SVG("network.svg", 16cm, 16cm), gplot(g, layout = random_layout))
```

I think I figured it out. May be I can save the `loc_x`

and `loc_y`

apriori:

```
using GraphPlot
using Graphs
using Compose
g = SimpleGraph()
add_vertices!(g,25)
loc_x, loc_y = random_layout(g) #saving coordinates
for i in 1:10
for j in 11:25
add_edge!(g,i,j) end
end
end
draw(SVG("network.svg", 16cm, 16cm), gplot(g, loc_x, loc_y)) #Specify coordinates instead of layout
```

I can probably just save the `loc_x`

and `loc_y`

to some variable for use later. Not the most elegant way, but I guess it works for now. Ideally, `random_layout`

should accept a `seed`

.